Game of Thrones Terority Fermanagh
It became the Kingsroad, where Arya disguised herself as a boy to avoid capture. But captured she was, and dragged to the Brotherhood without Banners’ hideout, otherwise known to us as Pollnagollum Cave in County Fermanagh. Part of the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, it's an extensive maze of underground passages that attracts explorers from distant lands.
Game of Thrones Door - Blakes of the Hollow
Discover the door at Blakes Of The Hollow which tells part of the story of Game of Thrones Season 6, in the real-world. Blakes is renowned for its traditional Irish heritage - pints of stout, Irish coffees & gin collection featuring local favourite The Boatyard Distillery.
Fermanagh is home to Belleek Pottery, one of Northern Ireland's oldest and most fascinating attractions & winner of Best Visitor Experience, NI Tourism Awards (2014). Original and unique pieces are made using traditional methods passed down from generation to generation.
Marble Arch Caves & Geopark
One of the two UNESCO designated sites in Northern Ireland Marble Arch Caves – one of Europe's finest show caves allowing visitors to explore a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers. A ‘Game of Thrones’ film location.
Cuilcagh Mountain Boardwalk
The Cuilcagh Way is a waymarked route that stretches for 33km through a breath taking patchwork of habitats in southern Fermanagh. The route can be walked in sections and provides stunning views, fascinating geology, mystifying wildlife, captivating archaeology and natural history: enough to whet anyone’s appetite for adventure. The Cuilcagh Legnagbrocky Trail is a linear route which will appeal to walkers with some experience walking in the hills. The route is quite isolated and showcases the scenic wilderness of Cuilcagh Mountain. The trail meanders along a quiet farmland track before traversing a wooden boardwalk that consists of a steady climb to the mountain face. Here a stepped boardwalk climbs through steep terrain and boulders fields before reaching the summit plateau.
For the historian in you, Fermanagh is home to numerous castles* for you to visit during your break including Enniskillen Castle, situated right in the heart of Enniskillen town, Tully Castle, Florence Court, Castle Coole, Crom Castle and Castle Archdale.
Enniskillen Castle, was built almost 600 years ago by Gaelic Maguires. Guarding one of the few passes into Ulster, it was strategically important throughout its history. This historic site houses two museums, Fermanagh County Museum and The Inniskillings Museum. (*Opening times vary please check with reception)
Devenish Island is one of Ireland’s most Famous Monasteries. The monastic settlement was founded by St Laisre usually known as St Molaise in the 6th Century. Walk through the old monastery, two churches, an oratory and one of the finest round towers in Ireland. It was home to craftsmen and women, monks and scholars, doctors and nurses, teachers and scribes, historians and poets and it flourished for nearly a thousand years. You can learn more in the Islands Interpretation Center when you visit. Arrive to the Island by boat only with a NEW Ferry Service available. Seasonal operating times/dates.