Visitor's Guide to Enniskillen

Want some ideas of what to see and do in Enniskillen and County Fermanagh? The visitenniskillen.com 'Things to do in Fermanagh' is here to help you.

Traveling to Enniskillen

By Car

Enniskillen is less than two hours from Belfast (86 miles), Dublin (100 miles) and is serviced by a road system which includes motorways linking it to both airports and seaports. The main passenger transport companies are:

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Ferries operate to and from Larne, Belfast, Dublin, Dun Laoghire and Rosslare Co. Wexford to both the United Kingdom and Europe:

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Accommodation In Enniskillen

The island town of Enniskillen’s unique geographical position, makes it a natural focal point for you to easily plan your holiday and daily excursions from.   There is a wide range of accommodation to suite your needs. Choose from, traditional guest houses and B & B’s, self –catering (house, apartment and chalet rentals) and motels/hotels (including boutique, luxury and country spa hotels and an exclusive golf resort)!  Enniskillen has an extensive choice to suit your pocket and your lifestyle!

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Places To See In Enniskillen

Enniskillen has a host of unique visitor attractions to ensure that you will have plenty to see and do during your day trip or extended holiday in the heart of the fermanagh Lakelands.

Enniskillen & County Fermanagh abounds with natural and historical attractions including several National Trust Properties. Try these links for more information including opening hours etc. Castle Coole, Florence Court House, Crom Castle.

The Sheelin Antique Irish Lace Museum is located in the scenic village of Bellanaleck in Fermanagh's Lakelands.

Marble Arch Caves are one of Europe's finest show caves allowing visitors to explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers.

Enniskillen Castle presents an array of 19th century barracks buildings surrounding the Medieval Castle Keep; to the south with its distinctive turrets is the 17th century Watergate.

Devenish Island, this site contains the substantial remains of Lough Erne's most important island monastery. St Molaise founded it in the 6th century on an historic pilgrim route to Croagh Patrick.