Things to Do in Enniskillen & Co Fermanagh : Activities &
Enniskillen, county town of the lovely Fermanagh Lakelands, is
a charming island town originally "inis ceithleen" (Cathleen's
Isle) and a frequent winner of the 'Best Kept Towns' and 'Britain
in Bloom' competitions.
Guests staying at Dromard House B+B are ideally located to enjoy
many of the attractions of County Fermanagh and Enniskillen in particular.
There is much to explore in and around the town including the Buttermarket
Craft & Design centre, the Town Hall, Church of Ireland and
Roman Catholic Cathedrals, Cole's Monument, The Round 'O' lakeside
park and Enniskillen Castle Museum.
We have many excellent restaurants pubs and shops, a seven screen
Omniplex Cinema and the beautiful Ardhowen Theatre, right by the
lake. Lots of our guests enjoy a visit during the week of
the annual theatre festival which takes place each spring. The Ardhowen
has a great programme throughout the year,of both drama and music.
There are a variety of boat trips, in season, on
Lough Erne, and all the usual countryside activities are easily
,available such as horse-riding, golfing, fishing and bird watching.
Fermanagh has lots of lovely walks ,from woodland walks at Castle
Coole just on the edge of town ,and the stunning rhododendron
walk at Crom Estate, to the gorgeous river glen walks at Cladagh
and Correll. There are lots of great viewpoints too, such as Lough
Navar and Carrickreagh and mysteries to hunt out, like the old Victorian
showcave at Boho. An excellent publication is "25 Walks in
Fermanagh",which is available from our award winning Tourist
Information Centre, Tel. +44 (0) 28 66 323110.
We have three excellent National Trust properties nearby, Castle
Coole, Florencecourt and Crom Estate as well as 17th Century castles
at Tully and Monea the monastic ruins of Devenish Island and the
mysterious carved stone figures of White Island.
Unique to Fermanagh are the Marble Arch Showcaves adjoining Cladagh
Glen and the recently opened Cuilcagh Mountain Park. These make
up one of just 12 new 'Geoparks' in Europe.