Local Attractions & Places to Visit Nearby


The Lough Erne region of Co Fermanagh is the ideal destination for your family holiday or vaction, with numerous activities and attractions on hand to suit all ages and interests.

Lough Erne is the predominant feature of the county covering 68sq miles and littered with islands, mostly uninhabited. From broad loughs dotted with luxury cruisers to tiny tinkling streams; from the mountain domains of wild goats to lush green pastures; from prehistoric island settlements to millennium age marinas; from lively cosmopolitan towns to hamlets where the pace of life has not changed in any way.

It is known throughout Europe as a wonderland for watersports holidays, fishing, cruising and canoeing. It is also the perfect place in which to relax and revitalize your mind and body on or off the waters of the Erne.

The opportunities for land based pleasures with our lakes as a scenic backdrop is enormous, from the nightly craic in our many carnival pubs to visiting magnificent mansions and museums.

BELLEEK POTTERY – Take the tour and see crafts-people demonstrate their skills in fine porcelain manufacturing.

MARBLE ARCH CAVES – One of Europe’s finest show caves to the south of Enniskillen, rivers past a variety of cave formations – stalactites glisten above streamways and chambers.

NATIONAL TRUST PROPERTIES – Florence court, Castle Coole, Crome Castle and Enniskillen Castle are open to the public and within easy reach.

RESTAURANTS – Whether it’s a gourmet meal or soup and sandwiches after a bracing walk, there is ample choice in Enniskillen, the county capital, only 3 miles away.

THEATRE – ‘The theatre by the Lakes’, the Ardowen is located 3 miles away and boasts a program packed with promise.

ULSTER AMERICAN FOLK PARK – Located in the neighboring county of Tyrone a short drive away. It tells the story of the floods of emigrants who left Ireland for the New World in the 18th and 19th centuries. Over 24 original buildings with demonstrations of traditional crafts.