Lower Lough Macnean to Cuilcagh Mountain. Thirty percent of Fermanagh in Northern Ireland is covered with lakes and waterways, and there are some 150 islands to explore here. The landscape has been called a glorious “patchwork quilt” of woodland, forest, parkland and wetland.
The summer of 2016 will see Kylemore return to it's status as a residential institution. Through a partnership with the University of Notre Dame, students will study creative writing, environmental field work, literature, language and attend spiritual retreats. | "The Continuing Story of Kylemore Abbey" | Story by Eithne O'Halloran