Experience more of Enniskillen this Spring - receive a FREE £50 Enniskillen Gift Card redeemable in over 110 outlets across Enniskillen, when you enjoy a 2 Night Stay between 15th March - 8th April 2018* Limited to 1st 10 bookings only.
Our ideal location within walking distance of Ireland's only island town, makes us the perfect base to spend your £50 Enniskillen Gift Card during your stay!
Your Enniskillen gift card can be spent across the 110 participating outlets; enjoy lunch, dinner and drinks, buy a new outfit, or get a blow dry all using your Enniskillen Gift Card!
Participating outlets include a wide variety of restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, attractions and services - for a full list of participating outlets can be found http://bit.ly/ExpEknCardSpend
Book online using the link below or quote 'Experience Enniskillen to our Reservations team 028 6632 6633
Indulge your body and soul with a luxury break in Fermanagh. Relax with a round of golf or a well-deserved spa treatment at the five-star Lough Erne Resort, before hitting Enniskillen to continue the pampering. The organic orientated The Happiness Trap or the Greek restaurant Dollakis are among the many tasty lunch options to keep you fuelled for an afternoon shopping spree. Later, after treating yourself to tasty cuisine at one of the town’s fine eateries, such as Cafe Merlot or 28 Darling St, make sure to sample the gin menus its bars are known for, not forgetting the local tipple from Boatyard Distillery.
EARTH, WIND, AND WATER
From pre-historic caves to ancient bogs, wildflower meadows to forgot- ten islands, Fermanagh's diverse landscape is a haven for lovers of the great outdoors. Blow away the winter cobwebs by scaling the spectacular ‘Stairway to Heaven’ that is the Cuilcagh Mountain Boardwalk. Or spend a serene afternoon explor- ing the lakes on one of Lough Erne Boat Hire’s famous ‘little red boats’.
However you choose to get out and about, the Belmore Court and Motel is the ideal base for exploring this small yet stunning county. You can also pick up supplies at excellent emporiums such as Home, Field and Stream or Fishing, Tackle and Bait.
HISTORY AND HERITAGE
Take a journey through time in Fermanagh this spring. Learn all about the county’s fascinating history, spanning three eventful millennia, at the Enniskillen Castles Museums. When you're there you can even research your own family history with Fermanagh Genealogy. Pick up a piece of Fermanagh heritage at Belleek Living, and find out all about the world famous porcelain at the Belleek Pottery Visitors Centre. In the evenings, drink in the history at one of Ireland’s most well known Victorian pubs, Blake’s of the Hollow, and enjoy a locally brewed Inishmacsaint beer, before retreating to your comfortable room.
Fermanagh is steeped in culture, and has produced many renowned artistic figures through the years. From composer Joan Trimble, to artists William Scott and TP Flanagan, to literary giants Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett. You can soak up that cultural legacy through the thriving local talent in Enniskillen, such at the Frances Morris Studio and Gallery the historic Buttermarket, at the Devenish Gallery, or by catching a play or concert at the Ardhowen Theatre