4* Spring Somethings Breaks
3 Nights B&B from £55 per room/night* I 2 Nights B&B from £60 per room/night*
Enjoy a 4* Spring Somethings Break to The Fermanagh Lakelands & experience Something Old, New, Brewed & Blue from our convenient location in the heart of The Fermanagh Lakelands in Enniskillen.
The Fermanagh Lakelands are a vast haven of natural spaces where the slow pace of life seems to make quality time together last longer. We've put together some Spring Somethings Inspired suggestions for your trip!
* Spring Somethings Breaks At Belmore Court & Motel - T’s&C’s apply. Valid for stays 13.3.19 - 30.6.19 subject to availability. From £55 per room/night bed and breakfast based on standard motel room for 3 nights. Advanced purchase T&C's apply.
A Spring Somethings Inspired 3-day itinerary
Explore Enniskillen - Ireland's Only Island Town
Something Old - Visit Enniskillen Castle
Set on the edge of the River Erne, Enniskillen Castle dominates it's home town. The visitor experience brings to life the castle’s entire 600-year history, first as the Maguire family stronghold and on through to Fermanagh’s important role in World War II. There are two museums to explore, the Inniskillings Museum and Enniskillen Castle Museums.
Something Blue - Blueways Activity Centre
Arrange for the Lough Erne Water Taxi (seasonal operating times, please check in advance) to pick you up, and to make it extra special ask for their food tour which takes in delicious local artisan specialities. Hop aboard and enjoy the freedom of the lakes, and be sure to take in Devenish Island, the famous sixth century monastic site.
Or explore the area at The Water Activity Zone with a kayak, canoe or stand-up paddle board as your mode of transport!
Check out the areas nearby
Head to Bellanaleck so you can pay a visit to the Sheelin Lace Museum, an absolute feast for the eyes.
Once back in Enniskillen wander through the town for some unhurried shopping. Don’t forget to browse the Buttermarket craft galleries and workshops, or pop into Blakes of the Hollow, an original Victorian pub, untouched since 1887 and now a popular visitor attraction for Game of Thrones® fans with a fabled door and part of the ‘Doors of Thrones’ passport.
An evening of Tapas
Bringing a whole new style of dining to the town. “The Firehouse” boasts a stone baked pizza oven and an exciting new charcoal “Bertha” oven. The Bertha oven creates that fantastic flavour that only char-grilling can impart to your favourite cut of steak, chicken or fish.
If you are looking for a tasty meal in Enniskillen you won’t be disappointed with The Firehouse and the open plan kitchen will keep you occupied as you can watch you meal being freshly prepared as you enjoy a glass of your favourite tipple.
Watch your favourite TV programme in the Bath
The Executive Rooms at the Belmore Court & Motel offer unrivalled comfort and space. From the specially chosen and expertly blended Respa mattresses providing the perfect sleeping experience to the elequently designed fabirc and furnishings by Caroline McCartney these rooms will allow you to get the perfects night sleep. One of the these rooms even has a TV in the bath to catch up on yoru favourite soaps.
Something New - Walk a Boardwalk
Pack your picnic and walking boots and tackle Ireland's Stairway To Heaven - Cuilcagh Boardwalk (Legnabrocky Trail). Bring your camera to capture the amazing views of one of the most popular places to visit.
Something Brewed - Take the Belleek Pottery tea test
Something Old - Florence Court House
Then settle down in the Catalina Restaurant, named after the World War II sea planes once based on Lough Erne. Noel McMeel, the executive chef who cooked for the G8 world leaders, serves up incredible gourmet experiences, with sumptuous dishes featuring the very best of local produce and excellent wine pairings.
Something Blue - Lough Navar
Any Fermanagh local will recommend the seven-mile drive through Navar Forest. The view from the car park at the top of the cliff looks over Lough Erne from Enniskillen to Donegal and the Atlantic Ocean. It’s one of the most amazing views you will ever see. Alternatively, you can walk along the boardwalk trails in the forest.cally powered boat and glide along a subterranean river and through huge underground caverns. (Please check for seasonal opening hours).
Something Brewed - The Happiness Trap
Back in Enniskillen enjoy a nutritious lunch at Northern Ireland’s first award winning vegetarian café, The Happiness Trap. A unique experience founded by the belief that how you feed your body today impacts your wellbeing tomorrow. That is why almost all produce is organically grown and when possible, locally sourced. Relax with a cup of fair trade coffee and a more-ish treat, or stay for longer to enjoy a delicious hot lunch.
Something Old - The Headhunters Barbers Shop & Railway Museum
After lunch vist The Headhunters Barbers Shop & Railway Museum has a truly marvellous collection of memorabilia that should fascinate everyone, not just railway enthusiasts. Hear how railways opened up the lives of Fermanagh people, and if you need a haircut you can get one of those too… but no pressure, and free entry.
Something Blue - White Island
A short distance from the town of Enniskillen, White Island is located at Castle Archdale Bay off the east shore of Lower Lough Erne. The island is home to the ruins of a 12th century church with a fine Romanesque doorway, as well 8 archaic carved stone figures which are carved into the wall. Amazingly, the figures were used as building stones for when the church was constructed, meaning that they pre-date the church itself.