Crehan Island ...
With Its Private Sheltered Harbour, Pine Log Seats & Woodland Hut... All Set Within An Ancient Oak Plantation & Greenway Paradise On The Shores Of The Erne.
Crehan is a six acre wooded island with many mature oaks, scotch pine and beech trees along the North West elevated shoreline, within which a well-screened general purpose wooden cabin is located, ideal for storage or glamping... with various log benches set around Crehan on which to reflect, enjoy the sunsets and wide variety of nature... having outstanding lake and mountain scenery to the west and south. While within a sheltered bay on the South East shore you'll find a solid private wooden jetty, providing a safe harbour for both a smaller sailing craft and also a sheltered berth for a motor cruiser of up to 12 meters in length.
During the summer months with lower water levels the adjoining larger 100 acre island of Dernish can be reached via a boundary gate - leading along a stone causeway. *Dernish's lush sweet pastures are also home to the well-known Kettyle herd of pedigree beef cattle, highly prized and savoured throughout many award-winning restaurants in Ireland, France, Germany and farther afield.
Both Crehan and Dernish Islands are part of the wider Upper Erne ASSI/SPA designated region.
"Crehan" is a six acre wooded island
Within a sheltered bay on the South East shore you'll find a solid private wooden jetty
Safe harbour for both a smaller sailing craft and also a sheltered berth for a motor cruiser of up to 12 meters in length
Lower Lough Erne, Lisnaskea
See more information of regarding the Island at www.crehanisland.co.uk