Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark
(028) 6634 8855

The Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, situated just outside Enniskillen, County Fermanagh is one of Europe’s finest show caves allowing visitors to explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers. The Marble Arch Cave complex has good car parking, a souvenir shop, restaurant, exhibition area and an audio visual theatre. The caves are situated in a National Nature Reserve. Tours of the caves last approximately 75 minutes and are suitable for people of average fitness (comfortable walking shoes and a warm sweater are recommended). Tours of the cave complex start with an underground boat trip, after which your trained guide will conduct you through a variety of cave formations, including the Moses Walk, Porridge Pot and Guardian Angel. Naturally occurring stalactites and stalagmites are also visible throughout your tour. Both Marble Arch Caves and the nearby Cuilcagh Mountain Park have jointly been recognised as a UNESCO Global Geopark due to the world importance of their geology and landscapes. The site is the only UNESCO Geopark in Northern Ireland.

Florence Court, Co. Fermanagh
(028) 6634 8249

Florence Court is a truly welcoming home. The house, formerly the home of the Cole family.

Florence Court is a truly welcoming home, around 8 miles from Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. The house, formerly the home of the Cole family, Earls of Enniskillen, is surrounded by a large area of parkland, garden and woodland, with breathtaking views to Benaughlin and the Cuilcagh Mountains. Discover many serene and beautiful corners by exploring the Pleasure Grounds and the Walled Garden in this magnificent demesne. With it’s classical style and exquisite rococo plasterwork, Florence Court is one of Ulster’s most important 18th-century houses. With it’s warm and gentle atmosphere and fine Irish furniture collection it is set against a stunning backdrop of the Cuilcagh mountains. You can enjoy glorious walks around the grounds which include a pretty walled garden and holiday cottage. Other interesting features include a sawmill, ice house and summer house. In the gardens you will find the famous Florence Court Yew – reputedly the ‘parent’ of all Irish yew trees. ‘Living History Tours’ provide an entertaining insight into 1920s Florence Court and there is also a children’s playground and picnic area.

Orchard Acre Farm
(028) 6862 1066

Fermanagh’s only Eco Barn.

Beside the Coolness river this Co. Fermanagh small holding is run by husband and wife team Hugh, Teresa and family since 1989. They have been in farming all their lives and have a long proud family history of farming. Orchard Acre Barn is in harmony with nature, an oasis of tranquillity. Group and holiday packages are our speciality. Families, corporate and community welcome. Farm shop and much more.

Castle Coole
(028) 6632 2690

Explore this beautifully maintained neo-classical stately home and landscaped gardens.

If you are looking for stately grandeur then Castle Coole is a rare treat. Surrounded by its stunning landscape park on the edge of Enniskillen, this majestic 18th century home of the Earls of Belmore, designed by James Wyatt, was created to impress. The surrounding wooded landscape park sloping down to Lough Coole is ideal for long walks. • One of Ireland’s greatest neo-classical houses • Exquisitely awe-inspiring beauty with rich decoration, furnishings and furniture • Sumptuous Regency interior includes State Bedroom prepared for George IV • Unusual servant’s tunnel • Historic landscape park, ideal for family walks • Musical events held in the Great Hall and gardens throughout the year Visitor facilities – Historic house: Park: Shop: Refreshments: Guided tours: Suitable for picnics: Country walk: Programme of events: Access for visitors with disability: Facilities for families: Learning: Dogs welcome on leads in grounds/garden only: Available for functions. Last tour 1 hour before closing. Tea Room & Shop Open as per House and close at 5:30

Sliabh Beagh Hotel & Tourism Centre
+353 (0)47 89014

The Sliabh Beagh Hotel Monaghan is a haven of tranquillity nestled in the foothills of the Sliabh Beagh Mountain’s in Knockatallon, County Monaghan.

The Sliabh Beagh Hotel and Tourism Centre, located in Knockatallon, north County Monaghan, is Ireland’s only community owned hotel. Each weekend the visitor will find a thriving centre of social activity, whether it’s sampling their bar food menu on Friday nights, listening to live music in the Three County Hollow Bar or tucking into a delicious Sunday lunch. Discover the unspoilt beauty of Sliabh Beagh’s blanket bog, numerous lakes and enjoy panoramic views of Counties Monaghan, Tyrone and Fermanagh. Enjoy the challenge of walking to Sliabh Beagh’s highest point or opt for a short family ramble along one of the 36 loop walks throughout the Sliagh Beagh region. If you want to experience a high quality of service combined with an authentic community welcome in a spectacular natural setting, you are guaranteed to find it in the Sliabh Beagh Hotel and Tourism Centre!

(028) 6632 3110

Enniskillen (population of approximately 15,000) gets its name from ‘Inis Ceithleann’ – the island of Kathleen. Items of historical interest include Enniskillen Castle, the town’s Churches, the Townhall and Coles Monument in Forthill Park (climb the 108 steps for a wonderful panoramic view of the town and surrounding area. Castle Coole (National Trust property) is situated just outside the town. Enniskillen is a busy commercial centre and boasts a shopping centre, a wide range of national retail chains complemented by traditional family run businesses. Visitors can choose more unusual purchases at the Craft & Design Centre which is located on the site of the former ‘Buttermarket’. The town has a wide spectrum of accommodation to suit all budgets andvisitors can take in a show at the lakeside Ardhowen Theatre and then unwind in one of the town’s many bars and restaurants. Being an island town which separates the Upper and Lower sections of Lough Erne, its close proximity to moorings and water gives Enniskillen a somewhat continental feel.

Ulster American Folk Park
(028) 8224 3292

Outdoor museum of emigration which tells the story of millions of people who left these shores.

Immerse yourself in the story of Irish emigration at the museum that brings it to life. Experience the adventure that takes you from the thatched cottages of Ulster, on board a full scale emigrant sailing ship, to the log cabins of the American Frontier. Meet an array of costumed characters on your way with traditional crafts to show, tales to tell and food to share. A full programme of special events is organised throughout the year including the award-winning annual Appalachian and Bluegrass Music Festival (first weekend in September) and the ever-popular Halloween Festival.

Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre
(028) 6865 8501

Step into the world of one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most fascinating attractions.

When you step into the world of Belleek Pottery you enter one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most fascinating attractions. Original and unique pieces are made using traditional methods passed down from generation to generation. One of the most collectable and prized sets is the Black Mark range. Established in 1857, Belleek Pottery holds a very special place in the cultural and commercial heritage of Co Fermanagh. Situated in the picturesque village of Belleek on the banks of the Lough Erne, this imposing building is home to the world famous Belleek Fine Parian China and Belleek Visitor Centre. Visitors can partake in guided tours, take a walk around the on-site museum, visit the audio visual theatre and showroom and enjoy refreshments in the restaurant. There is also a gift shop where visitors can purchase authentic Belleek products. For more information on Belleek Pottery including opening times please visit

Lady Of The Lake Tours
(028) 6862 2200

Tour boat has bar and catering facilities on board. Available for parties and tours.

An ideal way to see and hear about beautiful Lough Erne and its history. Available for private hire, for tours, special occasions, parties and meetings for up to 56 persons. Offering full on board bar and dining facilities, this air conditioned vessel gives the opportunity to view Fermanagh Lakes form the best perspective with the aid of a guide. Full details of sailing times available on request. Sailings from Enniskillen can be arranged. Public Sailings Saturday & Sunday and selected days.

Devenish Island Monastic Site, Co.Fermanagh
(028) 6862 1588

Famous for its perfect 12th-century round tower and ruined Augustinian abbey.

Devenish Monastic Site was founded in the 6th century by Saint Molaise on one of Lough Erne’s many islands. During its history it has been raided by Vikings (837AD), burned (1157AD) and flourished (Middle Ages) as a parish church site and St Mary’s Augustine Priory. There are ruins from different time periods on site; the earliest being St Molaise house (small church) and the round tower which are 12th Century. A second church from the 13th Century, which was extended over time, was the lower church. St Marys Augustinian Priory on the hilltop has been dated from the middle 15th Century to early 16th Century with a church, tower and small cloister. In the graveyard stands a distinctive, unusual, intricately carved stone cross from the 15th Century. No unaccompanied children under the age of 16.