Enniskillen is open and ready to provide a relaxing break for couples and families.
We have some fantastic places to stay in our beautiful town offering the best in both quality and price. We plan to sizzle this summer with every precaution taken to ensure your stay in Ireland’s only island town is safe, as well as an experience to remember.
Check out these four great hotels and some of the sensational summer offers they have on offer and also make sure you check out what activities are available in Enniskillen and Fermanagh as a whole.
Seize Summer with a 4* break with us; experience The Fermanagh Lakeland’s breath-taking scenery, one of kind attractions, heritage and indulge in a choice of quality restaurants & bars. These offers are Fully Prepaid & Non Refundable. They must be booked at least 7 days prior to arrival to avail of discounts.
Stay and explore with us on our two night Cuilcagh Package. Includes a full Irish Cooked breakfast each morning and a Three Course Evening Meal on a night of your choice. Also included is a packed lunch for your visit to the Cuilcagh Board Walk.
Situated in Enniskillen town, The Enniskillen Hotel is a 4 star, Intimate, boutique style hotel with unique character and stylish design. Check out this fantastic midweek two night deal.
Our tranquil Lakeside location is the picture perfect setting to ‘Konnect By The Lakes’, enjoying a relaxing 2 Night Midweek Break with full cooked breakfast each morning and Dinner on one eveningFrom £155pps
Enniskillen – The Island Town
In the words of one former Enniskillen resident Oscar Wilde – “I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best.”
And the best is what you get in Enniskillen. The best of welcomes, hospitality, food, drink, experiences and much more.
Whether you want to relax and enjoy the fine dining, pubs & music festivals or get adventurous by climbing Cuilcagh ‘the Stairway to Heaven’ and exploring the Marble Arch Caves by boat, then you’ll find what you’re looking for in Enniskillen.
Spending time on the water is a favourite pastime of visitors to Enniskillen and there are many ways to explore the large expanse of lakes that surround the town. Take a trip on the Erne Water Taxi to the ancient Devenish Island, hire your own boat for a couple of hours or experience a thrilling Jet Ski ride.
Here’s just a sample of what can experience in Enniskillen
Unique Eating Experiences
Dollakis is an award winning Greek restaurant. In Enniskillen. Run by husband and wife team Georgios & Sarah Maravelakis, Dollakis has gained a reputation for its friendly, relaxed atmosphere including great food, service, wine and good company.
The multinational team of skilled staff are dedicated to giving the customer a little bit of sunshine, through the food, drink, service and atmosphere. Allow yourself to be taken on a Greek holiday if only for a few hours.
28 Darling Street is a fine dining experience in Enniskillen. it offers the perfect atmosphere to relax, kick back and enjoy a memorable dining experience. Combining exquisite food with excellent service, Proprietor Glen Wheeler, who recently appeared on BBC2’s Great British Menu, takes his 14 years experience as Neven Maguire’s Head Chef and pours it into every dish on the menu.
On the Water
Experience the Enniskillen on the water this Summer and create your own mini adventure as you captain your own ‘Wee Red Boat’, paddle board through the Island Town or discover Enniskillen from a new perspective on board your own canoe or kayak. Hire a hydrobike and take cycling off the road and onto the waters. Alternatively, hail a high speed guided taxi tour and sit back, relax and take in the stunning views from beyond the shore.
For more information or to book please visit: https://www.bluegreenyonder.com/hire
Gin Distillery Tour
Every trip requires a sneaky gin! The Boatyard Distillery is an award winning farm-to-bottle distillery located on the banks of Lough Erne. Experience a behind the scenes tour of this fascinating distillery and discover the unique creation of the Boatyard products and how they stem from and are produced right here in Fermanagh.
There is a wealth of Musical Talent to be found in Enniskillen and, with live music on every night during the Summer, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Blake’s of the Hollow is one of the most famous and well recognised Victorian pubs in Ireland. It is a must see attraction which has graced Fermanagh’s shores for over 125 years and is now home to one of the world famous ‘Door of Thrones’. Stop in for a pint of the black stuff and experience a traditional Enniskillen welcome!
There are numerous outdoor activities to enjoy whilst visiting Enniskillen and the two most famous are the Marble Arch Caves and the Cuilcagh Mountain ‘The Stairway to Heaven’ . Why not investigate with a Jeep Safari or get the good Fermanagh air into your lungs with a mountain climb.
History & Heritage
Experience a taste of unique history at Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum where they boast one of the largest collections of Irish railway memorabilia. Starting at the reconstructed booking office, where the ticket collector invites you to step on board, your journey recreates railway travel through Fermanagh and the border counties until the closure of the lines in 1957, with lovingly created exhibits like the Station Master’s office, booking office and signal box.
As you enter the walls of Enniskillen Castle you take a step back in time. Built almost 600 years ago by the ruling Gaelic Maguires this fascinating structure guarded one of the few passes into Ulster and has therefore been strategically important throughout its history. Today, the historic site houses two museums, Fermanagh County Museum and The Inniskillings Museum. Its award winning exhibitions cover the prehistory and natural history of Fermanagh, the county’s traditional rural life, local crafts and the celebrated pottery at Belleek.
With all this and much more to discover this Summer, it’s time to plan your visit to the Island Town of Enniskillen today. Visit www.experience-enniskillen.com and start your adventure!
Update July 2020 – Some activities may not be fully operational due to Covid-19 restrictions.