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Manor House Marine Cruiser Hire

Manor House Marine and Cottages, Lough Erne, Irvinestown, County Fermanagh, BT94 1NY
Manor House Marine Cruiser Hire


The longest established family owned boat Charter Company in Lough Erne – over 40 years young!

Explore some of the finest castles, gardens and heritage sites in Ireland at your pace on board one of our exclusively designed luxury cruisers. Join the craic and experience the unique home-grown entertainment at the many watering holes along the convoluted waterway. We cater for groups of 2 – 8 people, no experience or license required as there is full training provided on arrival. Our 150 berth marina comes with chandlery shop, 9 hole golf course, pitch 'n' putt, tennis court, and fishing facilities. Bicycles and day boats are available for hire.

Boat Hire 2020
2/4 Berth = £585 to £895 per week / £545 for Short Break (2/3 nights)
4/6 Berth = £780 to £2,050 per week / £720 to £1,390 for Short Break (2/3 nights)
6/8 Berth = £1,215 to £2,370 per week / £1,095 to £1,580 for Short Break (2/3 nights)

Early Booking Discount
10% Early Booking Discount foe any holiday (7 nights of more) is booked before 31st January 2020. (This offer is not available with the Noble Duchess)

10/11 Nights for the price of 7
Valid in the following periods:
Up to and including 9th May 2020 (finishing date)
Any date on or after 5th September (starting date)
This offer is not available with any other discount.

50% Discount on the 2nd week
Valid in the following periods:
Up to and including 9th May 2020 (finishing date)
Any date on or after 5th September (starting date)
This offer is not available with any other discount.

10% Discount on the 2nd week
Valid starting from 9th May 2020 and finishing 5th September 2020


Establishment Features

  • Toilets

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

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