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Fall for Fermanagh

3 Night B&B Autumn OK Breaks

From £55 per room/night*

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Discover the many reasons to Fall For Fermanagh this Autumn with a four star break to Belmore Court & Motel, just a short stroll from Enniskillen, Ireland’s only island town.

*Valid for stays 1.9.20 - 31.10.20. Subject to availability. From £55 per room/night based on 3 night stay in a Standard Motel Room including hot buffet breakfast.  2 nightbreaks available.  Advance purchase booking T's & C'sapply.

*Visitor attraction opening times vary - please check with reception

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Food & Drink Experiences 
Belmore Court & Motel’s central location means you can sample Fermanagh’s quality food and drink experiences within walking distance or a short drive. Whether your preference is fine dining, a lively bistro, a pint of Guinness in a traditional setting or casual dining, Fermanagh has it all. Game of Thrones fans can visit one of the doors of throne at Blakes Of The Hallow, one of Ireland’s most famous traditional pubs

Unique Attractions
The Fermananagh Lakelands is dotted with unique experiences and one of a kind attractions highlights include Enniskillen Castle which brings to life the castle’s entire 600-year history; three National Trust treasure houses which include Florence Court and Castle Coole and Marble Arch Caves & Geopark, one of the two UNESCO designated sites in Northern Ireland. We recommend a visit to Belleek Pottery, one of Ireland oldest Potteries, where guests can take a piece of Fermanagh history home.

Great Outdoors 
Fermanagh is known as the Lakelands of Northern Ireland, it is the ideal destination to experience the great outdoors, with excellent walking and cycling trails, and championship golf courses. Guests can explore the natural beauty, stunning scenery and experience Ireland’s Stairway To Heaven, Cuilcagh Boardwalk during their stay.

Heritage & Culture

The Fermanagh Lakelands have more than their share of historic landmarks; recognised as having the greatest number of surviving ruins of 17th century Castles in the whole of Ireland. The cemetery on Boa Island is home to two unique stone idol carvings dating back to Celtic times including a fascinating Janus figure.