The Fermanagh Lakeland's is the ideal location for a family Mid-Term break, packed with plenty of entertaining attractions for the young (and the young at heart!)around. Check out our top things to see and do for kids and families in The Fermanagh Lakeland's.
Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel & Lodges means the historic island town of Enniskillen is on your doorstep waiting to be explored.
Enniskillen Castle sits right on the edge of the Erne guarding the town and is worthexploring. Guarding one of the few passes into Ulster, it was strategically important throughout its history.In the 17th century it became an English garrison fort and later served as part of a military barracks.
Marble Arch Caves
The Marble Arch Caves features talactites, cavernous passages, underground pools and streams which have been formed and reformed as the water slowly dissolved the limestone bedrock over countless millennia. Go and explore the extensive caves on foot and by boat with one of the popular guided tours and you’ll discover a mind-boggling amount of fascinating facts about geology, geography and archaeology.
National Trust Gems
Pay a visit one of Fermanagh’s three hugely-impressive National Trust properties, including Florencecourt. Aside from the main Georgian residence itself, there’s a plethora of outbuildings, summer houses, lodges, pleasure gardens, walled gardens and more to explore. You should also make time for many of the 18th century light industry exhibitions which have been well preserved, such as the working watermill, tilery, hydraulic ram and forge.
Get Active At Share DiscoveryVillage
Share Discovery Village is the largest residential activity centre in Ireland with over 30+ activities on water and land that include an action-packed Wibit WaterPark, stand up paddleboarding, dinghy sailing, canoeing, archery, banana skiing, indoor and outdoor climbing wall, mountain biking, kayaking,windsurfing, orienteering and a wide range of creative arts, for example,mod-roc sculpture and T-shirt painting based in the Arts Centre.
Hydrobike by Lights Experience
Explore Ireland’s only island town from a whole other perspective! Jump on board a lit up hydrobike and complete your very own tour of Enniskillen! Take in the sightsof the medieval Enniskillen Castle, the iridescent flow of Lough Erne as it meanders around this busy little island and have some fun along the way!
HeadhuntersBarber Shop & Railway Museum boasts one of the largest collections of Irishrailway memorabilia on display. 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. This really is a one in a million visitor attraction.
Corralea Activity Centre
A fantastic range of outdoor activities and experiences that are eco-friendly to safeguard the quality of the water and the peacefulness which surrounds us.You could try out their climbing wall located in the beautiful forest surroundings with different levels for different abilities. Or try your hand at some Archery that is ideal of all types of people and offers lots of fun. Or for those adventurous types why not give caving a go. It’s a challenging but energetic activity lead by qualified Cave Leaders but you need to have a minimum level of fitness. Explore the untapped wilderness of West Fermanagh with our guide using our top of the range Electric Mountain bikes.