Local Area Information


The waterways and landscape provide awesome scenery for a wide range of experiences, historical landmarks and state of the art activity centres and many established crafts and traditions.

All levels of walking and hiking are available in the area.  Those seeking a challenge will be keen to pursue the Ulster Way as it winds through the county.  These include the Cullcagh Mountain Park and Lough Navar Forest Walk, with amazing panoramic views from the top.

There are many other attractions to enjoy while in this beautiful County.

Crom castle

Ancient Burial grounds

Devenish Island

Enniskillen Castle

Lough Erne by boat

Belleek Pottery

Marble Arch Caves

Florence Court House

Tilly Castle

This is a region steeped in history and culture with plenty of National Trust properities well worth a visit. Castle Coole is one of Ireland's finest neo-classical houses. The Marble Arch Caves one of Europe's finest examples of show caves located in the European Geopark of Cullcagh Mountain Park, exploring views of rivers, cascades and winding passages.  Ireland's oldest pottery is also located nearby with an award winning visitor centre.

The Ulster History Park is 30 mins drive, trace the story of settlement in Ireland from Stone Age to the 17th Century Plantations.


Ballinamallard is a small well kept village located north of Enniskillen.  Like most of Fermanagh's towns and villages water is never too far away, with the Erne tributaries flowing through the village.  It is particularly noted for its trout fishing.

Irvinestown is 3 miles away with Necarne Equestrian Centre located nearby and Castle Archdale Country Park.