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Come and visit Fermanagh’s first working distillery in over 130 years.
On the lakeside with superb views across the lake and have access to their own moored fishing boat.
Caravan park located 8 miles west of Enniskillen on A46 road to Belleek.
Fortified house and bawn built in 1613 by Sir John Hume and burned by the Maguires in 1641.
Commanding views of castle ruins and surrounding countryside
This cottage sleeps two to three people. Quaint open plan cottage with double bed, single bed.
These cottages sleep eight people and have an open plan kitchen, dining and living area.
Tir Navar is a charming holiday village situated on the banks of the River Sillees.
A demanding walk (requiring proper footwear) but well worth the effort.
Boatyard Distillery offers an intimate tour and taste experience. Visitors will have the opportunity to see how Boatyard spirits are made, sample our products and take a 70cl bottle of our Boatyard Double Gin home.
Holiday homes on lakeside with superb views across the lake and have access to their own moored fishing boat if required.
This fortified house and bawn are set on Tully Point and were built for Sir John Hume who occupied the house until 1641 when it was attacked and burned on Christmas Eve by Rory Maguire and the inhabitants massacred. It was not lived in again.
This cottage sleeps two to three people. Quaint open plan cottage with double bed and single bed. Simple and traditional in a beautiful location. Wood burning stove, electric radiators. Popular for couples on honeymoon.
This four bedroom cottage can sleep nine people and has an open plan kitchen, dining and living area with and open fire downstairs.
This cottage sleeps 8eight to nine people and has an open plan kitchen, dining and living area with an open fire downstairs; as well as a double bedroom, shower room and toilet. There are three bedrooms upstairs, one double and two twin-bedded.
Tir Navar is a charming holiday village situated on the banks of the River Sillees and close to the famous Lough Erne. This was once an old creamery and the beautifully restored buildings have lost none of their original character and elegance.
A demanding walk (requiring proper footwear) but well worth the effort. The walk starts with a steep 700ft climb made up of around 370 steps - but there are benches to rest on and beautiful woodland to look at.
Seven-mile drive through the forest to a magnificent panorama over Lough Erne. Viewpoints, picnic sites. Red deer, wild goats. Marked trails. Wheelchair access limited. € Accepted.