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Killyhevlin Hotel
Killyhevlin
Enniskillen
County Fermanagh

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Prepare to be greeted with sheer beauty and style as the Killyhevlin Hotel idyllically set on the shores of scenic Lough Erne features 4 star luxury hotel accommodation, with spa and exclusive Health Club facilities. Surrounded by private grounds and lakeside gardens, this family run hotel is located only 1km from the historic town of Enniskillen, County Fermanagh considered to be the gateway to the West of Ireland.

The Killyhevlin Hotel offers 70 spacious bedrooms which include a range of luxury suites. All of the hotel's accommodation is designed and decorated to an exceptionally high standard. The hotels exclusive Health Club, complete with swimming pool and Elemis Spa, offer the perfect place to start your day.When exploring the beautiful sights of Fermanagh there is no better place to stay than the 4* Killyhevlin Hotel. Why not enjoy a round of golf, cruise on the Erne, hill walk, angle or simply relax and be pampred. The Killyhevlin Hotel extends to you a warm welcome with an invitation to choose the very best that County Fermanagh has to offer in hospitality.

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