Killyhevlin Hotel, Fermanah, Northern Ireland.


by • October 18, 2016 • EntertainmentComments (0)1151

The 4-star Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel is offering a midweek break on the week of Halloween comprising of two nights luxurious accommodation with full cooked breakfast, plus one night’s dinner in Kove restaurant, all from just £129* per person sharing. This offer is available between October 30 and November 3.

Meanwhile, those wishing to get away with the family over the half-term period can also stay in one of the chalets on the shore of beautiful Lough Erne. These self-catering chalets sleep up to four persons and are available for a three night stay from £395.




Whilst enjoying a spooktacular Halloween break in Fermanagh, here are a few things that you could get up to:

Forest Spooky Trail, Corralea Activity Centre, Enniskillen, October 30.

Come fancy dressed and follow the Halloween spooky trail through the dark forest in search of some tricks or treats. An ideal family activity for Halloween, warm clothing and comfortable footwear is recommended. Ages 6 and over only.

Banshees, Bonfires and Boxty, Orchard Acre Farm, Irvinestown, October 31.

Take a ghostly walk after darkness falls, through the orchards and gardens in a round trip back to the barn. On the way, adorn the fruit trees for Halloween and collect fresh potatoes for boxty making. On return to the barn there will be a cookery demo on how to make this regional speciality.

Halloween Howler, Share Discovery Village, Lisnaskea, October 31.

Share Discovery Village hosts this spookily spectacular Family Friendly Halloween which promises to be frighteningly fun and packed with hair-raising activities. Become your favourite Halloween character with face painting, take part in the fancy dress parade, and enjoy the Halloween games, bouncy castle, treasure hunt, fireworks and more.

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