Rossharbour
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Rossharbour

435 Boa Island Road Leegs, Enniskillen BT93 2AL Northern Ireland
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Rossharbour Resort offer; - Luxury Self Catering Cottages and Glamping lodges / cabins - Quirky Wedding Venue (Catering up to 150 Guests) - Spa Facilities on Site ( 28 Hot Tubs, 8 Saunas and 4 Finnish baths) - Spa Treatments Available must be pre booked - Caters for Hen Parties and Ladies breaks - on site Bar and restaurant open 7 days a week.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Sauna
Bar / lounge
Boating
Game room
Children's playground
Wifi
Restaurant
Happy hour
Kids' meals
Outdoor dining area
Special diet menus
Hiking
Fishing
Banquet room
24-hour security
BBQ facilities
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
Private check-in / check-out
Room features
Blackout curtains
Bathrobes
Dining area
Seating area
Separate dining area
Separate living room
Kitchenette
Flatscreen TV
Sofa
Wardrobe / wardrobe
Laptop safe
Private bathrooms
Tile / marble floor
Microwave
Refrigerator
Electric kettle
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Hannah wrote a review Jul 2020
1 contribution2 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Not overly impressed by our stay or our experience. We had originally planned to stay before the COVID-19 closure, however I myself was quarantining as I had come into contact with a confirmed case,therefore I was unable to stay on our original dates. When we contacted the accommodation manager the only word to describe her is ignorant. She Informed us that at that current time (around a week or two weeks before UK official forced lockdown) we wouldn’t be able to change our stay dates and we wouldn’t be entitled to a refund. After excessive arguing and me ultimately saying I will come on arranged dates as we can’t afford to lose out on money but I will be putting all other guests at risk we then were permitted to change the date, a very insentive and badly managed approach by management. We then stayed last week and were shocked to arrive to a practical building site, diggers and loud noises for hours on end at the side of the resort which removed all sense of relaxation. We then got to our luxury cabin and found a dead bird at the door, which is not the welcome we had hoped for. The sheets were stained and there is no WiFi in the luxury cabins which is strategically not mentioned on any website or social media, when we asked reception this she stated we would have to travel to reception to use WiFi. However 5 minutes later she returned with a WiFi code which is all very confusing. The WiFi was not reliable and we could not stream music or Netflix, which is a big let down as there really is nothing to do there. Due to the weather we asked in advance what take aways were available as we didn’t not want to bbq, we were told that there is a variety of takeaways that deliver to the premises, however when we got there and tried numerous numbers provided it was only chineses which delivered on weekdays (which reception was aware of but failed to mention) which would of been nice to know as my boyfriend hates Chinese food. The hottub can only be used until 9:30 which is excessive considering it is bright until much later in the summer. You also are only given 4 towels, wnd the cabin sleeps 4 so I would advise bringing more of your own. Otherwise there is nothing to do so bring board games of some kind. There really is nothing about this place that suggests luxury. We’re just really glad we only stayed the one night. If you want luxury there’s an airb&b not far ross harbour in Lisnaskea, Which is cheaper and much much more luxury where we have previously stayed. The hosts are top class who go over and beyond and it has a hottub and a sauna with unrestrictive use with a much better relaxed atmosphere. We really wished we had booked there again, apposed to ross harbour.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Shannnon W wrote a review Jul 2021
Castleknock, Ireland4 contributions5 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked the luxury lakeside lodges for our stay at RossHarbour which has beautiful surroundings and what I could describe as picture perfect from the outside however upon entering our log cabin there was shoe prints on the floor and specks of dirt like it was poorly swept. There was also a hair on the toilet seat. My husband urged to overlook these things so off we jumped into the jacuzzi which was enjoyable. We then each had showers only to see the shower head doesn't stay up on its own and the rooms filled with the smell of stagnant water. It was stomach turning filling the pod.

I went to the front desk and expressed how the smell was unbearable and asked to change pods. The lady at reception just said all pods are full and I will send someone to take a look. To be fair the maintenance man was quick to come up but there was nothing he could do except treat the water. I could genuinely not get the smell out of my nose. The maintenance man had already made a trip to us as somebody had turned off the fridge before we got there so it had defrosted leaving a puddle at the fridge which I stood in upon arriving.

We spent the evening at the buddy bar which was lovely and had a great atmosphere, warmed well by heaters and friendly staff. The toilets could have done with regular visits from staff though as it was like a wet room with toilet roll everywhere probably from the event in the marquee but frequent visits from staff could have stopped that mess.

The bed was stiff and sheet's had many stains in them which I only noticed late at night.

Overall we felt it was a very flawed experience. Unfortunately we didn't get to enjoy the sauna as check in is so late and check out so early ( you can pay extra for early check in/late check out but the experience was overpriced as is).

No breakfast provided or room service options after 9pm which left us hungry and disappointed.

Having stayed in most glamping experiences in the North and Republic we felt it to be further down the list of quality experience. Hopefully they can take these small things on board for future guests. Providing clean rooms and breakfast services and not booking to such a capacity leaving no room for error if somebody is unhappy with their room.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Tim Shurley wrote a review Aug 2020
1 contribution2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The pods where amazing containing a tv, comfortable bed and sofa aswell as necessities like microwave to make own dinner and fridge with freezer. The downsides where that above the hot tub there was a wooden structure but no roof and considering the location it will more than likely rain and if there was a roof everything would be fine and you could stay in longer no matter the weather. I would also like to add that I think the restaurant is heavily over priced where you get a few thick chips and small meal for around 16 pound just for the main, an example of this was 4 small goujons for £15.95 and we still felt hungry after so I would recomend ordering somewhere else or driving to get dinner but other than that a very comfortable visit.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Salma S wrote a review Aug 2021
4 contributions6 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed in your “luxury lakeside pod” for 2nights, pod was no where near lakeside or any views off lakeside. Jacuzzi was overlooked by the main restaurant & car park so no privacy whatsoever, people staring in while having dinner. And disappointing not too have lakeside view. My main issue was the noise at night. We were woken from 2am-5am from staff cleaning the jacuzzis right outside the pod doors, they may as well be cleaning in the room with us they were that loud. We were told we would loose our deposit if we got noise complaint but this does not apply for staff making all sorts off noise at a ridiculous hour. We asked them too stop serval times & do it in the morning but we were told no they had too continue. Complained at reception the next day that we did not sleep a wink with the noise from 2am-5am and they said the clean every night at these times. The tubs are chained down and cannot be used after 9pm so why not do it then and not whilst people are sleeping? If I could have checked out at that hour I would have so I could have enjoyed some sleep. Unless you would like too be woken at all hours at night, I would not recommend staying here nor worth value for money. Complaint was dismissed at reception nor happy at all.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Bring ear plugs for night as staff are very loud between 2am-5am cleaning outside.
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Lauren-Jayne H wrote a review May 2021
United Kingdom3 contributions5 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Experience summarised in bullet points below:

• zombie like reception staff

• Glass, dirt & hair throughout lodge.

•My partner stood in glass and cut his foot, reception fobbed me off quickly.

• House keeping took photos of glass yet didn’t clean it.

•Out of hot tub by 9pm (this is checked by a member of staff)

•Bring extra towels as you need to lay the 2 small ones they supply on the lodge floor to dry after hot tub. (The dirt of the towels after drying the floor was absolutely horrendous - for reference we didn’t wear shoes throughout the lodge so it was dirt from previous guests)

• I was concerned about stepping In glass as well so I asked house keeping for slippers, they don’t supply these so I would advise all future guests to bring own.

• No breakfast available - you will be told to “drive to the local petrol station for breakfast”

• Restaurant staff couldn’t have been nicer especially front of house.

• Views incredible.

• Convenient parking.

• Our stay in total would’ve cost just over £400 for one night, in comparison to other staycations I’ve had such as Galgorm, Lusty Beg, Culloden that totalled a similar price this was nothing better than bog standard.

• I also spoke with the general manager via email and he said issues were down to “human error” which I can only assume translates as “laziness”. I was offered 50% off my next stay which I will not be availing off, it’s an insult that they think I would ever want to return.

• Also general manager blamed previous guests for smashing glass as glass shouldn’t be used in the hot tub. Yet glasses provided in the lodge & also from the bar are all glass. When I asked for him to explain why no plastic cups were provided he said you could ask for them at reception. If it was a rule for plastic cups to be used in the hot tub then guests should be made aware of this and plastic cups provided in the bar (for takeaway to lodges) and also provided in the lodge. Guests shouldn’t have to guess that they have to ask for these from reception.

It’s quite a laughable experience really. If you want a 1* experience at a 5* price then this location is perfect. If not I would advise booking Finn Lough which is very close or Lough Erne hotel which is also in the same area.

It could have been resolved with a bit of sincerity from the general manager and reception staff instead of passing blame onto other staff members.

I hope they can correct these issues because the location is stunning, but that’s the only thing about it that hints at the word “luxury”.
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Roisin M wrote a review Jul 2021
3 contributions5 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We took a cancellation for last night (Friday 2nd July) and stayed in bluebell cottage (199 for one night) and whilst the resort is lovely and the staff really friendly I feel this place is very over priced for what you get. The security deposit of 100 that you have to leave takes 21days to be refunded onto your card so I suggest bringing cash for the deposit if you don't want to wait on it. The "private" hottubs are not private at all, they are on a patio beside other cottages and in front of the car park, I would suggest dividers between the properties to help with this, the hot tub also had 2 settings for the jet but only one of them worked. The hot tubs are only available until 9pm at night, with check in at 4pm and then assuming you want dinner (which is also very overpriced for what you get) sometime in between there is not alot of time to enjoy them. We had a table booked for dinner at 6:15pm but when we arrived there was no table available so they made one up for us, this was on the main walkway from the kitchen to the restaurant so we had servers walking up and down past us continually making it hard to enjoy our meal.The cottage was very basic with two old 2seater sofas that weren't very comfortable, aswell as the bed (that had a mattress about 15cm too small for the bedframe), the duvet cover on the bed had a hole in it. the bar is quite close to the cottages so if your wanting a relaxed quiet night this won't be the case as you can hear the music and chatter from the bar (even with closed windows) and also the people who stayed in the cottage next to us and across from us were sitting outside drinking and partying very late (obviously unpoliced by staff.) There was only two small towels provided this was insufficient for shower and hot tub use. the site also does not provide breakfast and the closest place is about 15miles away. Drove 3hours for what I thought was going to be a relaxing quiet night away and this was far from the case, ended up coming away exhausted with a migraine from the lack of sleep.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Emma wrote a review Nov 2020
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My partner and I booked to stay here in one of the cottages with a hot tub. It was great from start to finish. The hot tub was fantastic . We were able to order from the bar up until 8pm, which was very reasonably priced! We were able to avail of freshly poured pints in a glass which is a luxury given the current times! The cottages itself was beautiful, very spacious and all you needed. It would be great if you had a few people staying with you as well. We ordered a Chinese as well which was very easy to do as they were able to deliver to Ross harbour. The lough to wake up too is amazing!

Just a small point to make was we noticed our hot tub was across from our cottage which was fine, we just noticed in the room we had no robes or any kind of footwear to walk over too. However we were provided with an information sheet that you could have hired robes for 5 pound, but we weren’t told about this at reception so would have been good if this was mentioned at check in as by the time we noticed reception was closed.

But apart from that was a great stay and will be back!! Amazing!
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Michael R wrote a review May 2021
62 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and i are just back from spending a night away at Rossharbour resort with friends first of the location is stunningly beautiful right on Lough Erne the staff were friendly and accomodating.We stayed in the Blue bell cottages which are beautifully styled and so clean the bed was so comfortable it was hard to get up and make our check out lol each bedroom has a en suite. Each cottage has its own hob tub with lough views and BBQ ,s ample car parking also ,you can also book pods and there's plenty of those ,play parks for the kids to keep them wee ones entertained. We well definitly be back.
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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benj98426 wrote a review Jul 2020
Belfast, United Kingdom2 contributions4 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed here with my girlfriend on the 24/07/20 in a luxury lakeside lodge with our own private hot tub. The pod was relatively clean and very comfortable and the bed was comfy. Unfortunately the tv remote didn’t work but we just used the buttons on the bottom of the tv. It was raining heavily on the day of our arrival and a cover over the hot tubs would of been useful to shield us from the rain. The restaurant served up a nice meal although it was overpriced - I ordered my main dish which was served with vegetables, mash and carrot purée. I was then charged £3.95 for my vegetables even though it was stated it was part of the dish which was already around £15.95? The room and hot tub was around £179 but the list of rules in the room said I had to empty my own bin. I would say this is slightly ridiculous having the empty your own bin when your paying £179 for the privilege. The bar was a good atmosphere and all staff were very pleasant and friendly. Overall I would say overpriced but an okay night away. There was also pink stains on our floor which was slightly unprofessional and there is no reception if you’ve got any issues after 7pm.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Njg wrote a review Aug 2020
3 contributions4 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We arrived at Ross Harbour it looked so nice, we had booked to stay in one of their cottages with a private hot tub. Our two kids ages 5&2 was super excited when we arrived they got straight into the hot tub. We then headed for dinner down in the bar, which was lovely. When we got back to the hotel we got the kids ready for bed and went to watch some tv. When I lifted the remote it was full of dirt and looked as if it hadn’t been cleaned down in weeks, and obviously with an item that’s being handled during the current times it’s one thing I thought should have been well cleaned down! As we sat on the sofas there was an awful smell of them. We then decided just to head to bed. As I pulled back the duvet to put my little boy to sleep I noticed the duvet had mould makes on it, thankfully I had a spare blanket in the car i was able to get him, at this point if it hadn’t of been that we were 2&1/2 hours away from home we would of put the kids in the car and headed back! During the night there was a fire alarm from one of the other cottages went off and blared for 20 mins which woke my kids up.. needles to say we hadn’t a great sleep after that! To which in the morning we packed up and left are stay early. When checking out the lady said the fire alarm was due to the residents in the cottage smoking, and just said she was sorry, with having young kids I kinda thought even getting our deposit back would of been a nice gesture from having young idiots keeps us awake, I was annoyed by this stage and couldn’t be bothered to complain About the rest to be honest we just wanted out of the place. The views are lovely and the scenery around is really nice, but with the current situation that’s going on at the minute I really do think they need to look into cleaning the contents of the house and making sure the bedding is actually acceptable to lay on.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rossharbour
Which popular attractions are close to Rossharbour?
Nearby attractions include Lough Navar Forest Viewpoint (3.1 miles), Caldragh cemetery (3.1 miles), and Cliffs of Magho Viewpoint (3.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Rossharbour?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Rossharbour?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Rossharbour?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Rossharbour?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Rossharbour?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Rossharbour?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Castle Caldwell (1.9 miles).
Does Rossharbour have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the lake view available here.
Is Rossharbour accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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