A unique getaway, Lusty Beg gives you the opportunity for escapism, adventure and relaxation thanks to lovely accommodation, gorgeous scenery and a luxury spa with a swimming pool and relaxation room. You can choose from a range of treatments including massages, baths, scrubs and facials using seaweed-based products, known for their powerful antioxidants. The award-winning “Spa of the Year” Island Spa boasts spa gardens where you can relax afterwards, as well as hair and beauty treatment rooms to book in for a finishing touch (Northern Ireland Hair and Beauty Awards 2021).
Spa and hotel facilities
- Relax Room
- Pet Friendly
Why people visit here
Hen PartiesWith self catering lodge accommodation available, the island is ideal for groups and hen parties.
Family FriendlyLots of activities and a variety of accommodation make Lusty Beg perfect for family mini breaks.
AwardsSpa of the Year” Island Spa in the Northern Ireland Hair and Beauty Awards 2021.
Leisure venueThe island resort has a wealth of facilities available including a spa in a separate building to accommodation, within the grounds. Horse riding, off roading, archery, kayaking, cycling, walking and clay pigeon shooting are amongst the activities available.
Lusty Beg frequently asked questions
- Who owns Lusty Beg?
- Lusty Beg is a privately owned island resort owned by Arthur and Liz Cadden, who bought it in 1990.
- How do you get to Lusty Beg?
- Lusty Beg is a unique retreat accessible by car and ferry. The postcode is BT93 8AD and there's parking on site. From Kesh village take the Pettigo Road, travel for approximately 1/2 mile before turning onto the A47 Belleek Road. Travel for about five miles and you will see the sign for Lusty Beg Island on the left hand side. Drive down the laneway and you will approach the pier. From there it will give you instructions on how to call for the ferry.
- What is included in a spa day at Lusty Beg?
- What's included in a spa day at Lusty Beg depends on the experience that you book. Facilities include a sauna, pool and garden, as well as a relaxation room, while the wider estate offers a range of activities from kayaking to clay pigeon shooting. There are also XXX treatment rooms and therapists use [comfort zone] products in a collection of face and body treatments.
- What is near Lusty Beg?
- Lusty Beg is a brimming with on-site activities including horse riding, off-roading, archery, kayaking, cycling, walking and clay pigeon shooting. The island is a unique place to stay, but there are also nearby attractions that are definitely worth exploring on a longer break. Top attractions include: - Lough Navar Forest Viewpoint - The Boatyard Distillery - Lough Erne - Devenish Island - St Patrick's Purgatory, Lough Derg
- When was Lusty Beg built?
- In the 1950s, Captain Kosh, a British Army officer purchased Lusty Beg and constructed the first chalet for hire. In the 1960s the island was sold to Bill and Ann O'Hara who further developed it as a tourist destination.
- What amenities does Lusty Beg have?
- In the heart of the Fermanagh Lakelands, Lusty Beg is a unique place to stay. Guests stay in self-catering lodges and chalets, or in B&B accommodation in the Courtyard or the Lakeside cabins. The on-site Island Restaurant is the main dining experience, serving a daily changing, hearty menu in a relaxed atmosphere. There's also a cosy bar for a pint of Guinness. Spa facilities include a sauna, pool and garden, as well as a relaxation room, while the wider estate offers a range of activities from kayaking to clay pigeon shooting. There are also XXX treatment rooms and therapists use [comfort zone] products in a collection of face and body treatments.
- What are the food and drink options at Lusty Beg?
- The on-site Island Restaurant is the main dining experience, serving a daily changing, hearty menu in a relaxed atmosphere. There's also a cosy bar for a pint of Guinness.
- What time is check in/check out?
- Check-in at Lusty Beg is from 4.00pm for rooms and check-out is at 12.00 midday. It is recommended however that you check your specific spa booking times before arrival, and that you check for any changes to regular opening times, particularly relating to bank holidays, before you visit.
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