2 nights B & B, evening meal, 2 packed lunches, boat hire - 149.00 pps: (subject to availability)
Upper Lough MacNean is an excellent coarse fishing lake. The lake contains Bream, Roach, Hybrids, Pike, Perch and Eels. A small stock of Brown Trout is also present. There is little or no walking involved and the water at Glenfarne Forest can be fished almost out of the car. The lake is really consistent and has a reputation for fishing well in flood. Recent improvements (carried out by local voluntary effort) including a fishing stand adapted to the needs of disabled anglers make this an ideal venture for anglers with limited mobility.
2 nights B & B, 1 evening meal, 2 days golf in Blacklion Golf Club - 139.00 pps:
Blacklion Golf Club is a beautiful 9 hole parkland course established in 1962, with coppices of woodland and mature trees. The lake comes into play on four holes and there are some magnificent views of Lake MacNean, islands and surrounding hills. It has been described as one of the best maintained nine-hole courses in Ireland, and one of the most scenic.
Facilities include a clubhouse with trolley hire, chipping/putting practice area, changing rooms, snooker table, and a licensed bar serving hot food and light refreshments.
2 nights B & B, evening meal, 2 packed lunches - 119.00 pps: (subject to availability)
There is a choice of 3 varied length walks in the local Glenfarne Demesne, or for the more experienced, there is the Glenfarne Plateau, Leitrim Way or the Cavan Way.
Location: Glenfarne Demesne is about 1/2 km north of Glenfarne on Manorhamilton/Enniskillen road. It can be located on discovery map number 17, grid reference H-015 405.
Facilities: There is a picnic area and boat quay at the lake. Harvesting of trees takes place on a regular basis in this area, so the visiting public should exercise care when visiting this site. You can also view four sculptors which have been erected along the shores of Lough Macnean.
Length of Trail: At Glenfarne Demesne you can enjoy about 2.5 km of walks or a drive along the lake shore.
Habitat: The site is on the shores of Lough Macnean.
Main Tree Species: The Demesne forest comprises Sitka spruce with some Norway spruce, old Scots pine and European larch. Some oak, ash, holly, birch and alder are also present.
Other Flora: Common woodland flora with iris and reed on the shoreline.
Fauna: Red squirrel, badgers, foxes and hares can be found at Glenfarne Demesne. You can also see some Mallard duck which congregate on the western shore of the lake during winter and spring.
History: The site consists of old woodland (part of the Tottenham Estate) most of which is re-planted.