Lough Erne Golf Resort to launch 24-hour delegate packages

The resort is to launch three C&I packages next year

Lough Erne Golf Resort: 24-hour delegate packages
Lough Erne Golf Resort: 24-hour delegate packages

Five-star Lough Erne Golf Resort in North West Ireland is to launch three delegate packages in 1 April 2009.
Inspire, Motivate and Reward packages can now be booked and offer 24-hour delegate options for a range of budgets.
They include meeting room hire, bed and breakfast accommodation, refreshments throughout the day, meals in the resort and use of the Thermal Suite, Infinity Pool and Fitness Room.
The standard Inspire package is from £170 per delegate.
From £210 per delegate, Motivate includes a choice of a half hour Thai Spa treatment, golf lesson, fly-fishing casting lesson or Irish whiskey tasting.
The Reward package, from £250 per person, offers a half hour activity, a Champagne and canapés reception and four course menus created by Chef Noel McMeel.
Packages can be tailored, with additional activities, exclusive hire of luxury 4x4 vehicles, or arrival by seaplane or helicopter.

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