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The Faldo Course

Designed by six time Major winner Sir Nick Faldo, his first golf course design in Ireland; The Faldo Course provides superb all year round playing conditions, links like fairways, a spectacular Fermanagh Lakelands setting with stunning views from every vantage point and the Waters of the Lough in play on 11 holes.

A top 100 course (UK & Ireland) the course measures 7,167 yards is a Par 72, the course record of 68 was set by Rory McIlroy (touring professional 2009-2011) and remains unbeaten.

Castle Hume

Situated on the edge of Castle Hume Lough and Lower Lough Erne, in the heart of the Fermanagh Lakelands, this championship course is famed for its curvaceous greens, rolling fairways and challenging water hazards. Castle Hume boasts some seven thousand trees and over thirty bunkers.

Enniskillen Golf Course

Established in 1896, Enniskillen Golf Club is a superb 18 hole parkland course adjacent to Castle coole Estate, a national trust property. Golfers can enjoy outstanding views over Ireland’s only island town, Enniskillen and surrounding countryside. The par 71 course has mature tree lined fairways along with elevated tees overlooking the surrounding area.


The enchanting Lakelands of Fermanagh are laced with a network of paths and tracks that allow for endless exploration, on terrain that is ideal for keen walkers and families alike. These trails help make Fermanagh the ideal getaway for walkers who love fine views and landscapes rich in wildlife and heritage.


Fermanagh is an ideal destination for canoeing enthusiasts with the magnificent lakes of Upper and Lower Lough Erne, lined by the River Erne, providing a trail of up to 50km.


Fermanagh is known as the Lakelands of Northern Ireland, due to the significant waterways which dominate the county. Lough Erne itself is made up of the Upper and Lower Lakes which connect in the picturesque island town of Enniskillen which sits on the River Erne.

Lough Erne runs from the Atlantic in the West to Belturbet in County Cavan; which is then connected to the Shannon-Erne Waterway where one can navigate as far as Limerick.