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Lusty Beg Weddings

Lusty Beg, Co Fermanagh

Location: Boa Island, Kesh, Enniskillen BT93 8AD, UK  | +44 28 6863 3300

Imagine having your wedding on a secluded private estate in the middle of the most gorgeous waterscape. Lusty Beg weddings take place on the 75-acre private Lusty Beg island in Lough Erne.

Lusty Beg is a secluded wedding venue 5 miles from Castle Caldwell Forest and is accessed via a ferry from the main Enniskillen to Belleek road. Amenities include a bar and an international restaurant, plus a spa with an indoor pool offering seaweed treatments.

Lusty Beg Island is a distinctive, exclusive and utterly unique wedding venue in Fermanagh. Just 30 minutes drive from Enniskillen in the heart of Northern Ireland’s lake district, from the moment you step off the Ferry onto the private island, you and your guests will know that you have chosen somewhere special to host your wedding day.

The following three reasons are why Lusty Beg Weddings are always unique, exclusive, events:

1. Lusty Beg is set in the beautiful Fermanagh lakeland which is very scenic all year round and in all types of weather.

2. Lusty Beg can only be reached by ferry, which gives the place a certain exclusivity and sense of fun on the wedding day for your guests.

3. Lusty Beg is a complete destination for your wedding, with a recently opened Island Spa, Nail Bar and Hair Studio all on-site for all of your pre-wedding needs.

To view more photographs from our Lusty Beg weddings post us an email for more details. We can be contacted on the contact form on our website or through info@dylanmcburney.com

Dylan McBurney

Dylan McBurney

Photographer
Dylan McBurney is a Northern Ireland wedding photographer with over ten years experience in documenting weddings all over Ireland. Inspired by legendary photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, Dylan's romantic, natural reportage wedding photography focuses on the bride and groom’s interactions with friends and family, often revealing powerful emotions and relationships. He lives just outside Carrickfergus in County Antrim, Northern Ireland with his wife Caroline and their two young children.






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