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Holiday homes and rentals in County Fermanagh
County Fermanagh is a sanctum of natural wonders, rich heritage, prodigious tastes, and a plenitude of adventure that provide holiday experiences for mind, body and soul. Many people choose to find a holiday home in the county’s biggest town Enniskillen, situated on the shore of the county’s biggest lake, with wonderful restaurants, shops and direct access to all the wonderful outdoor activities the county offers. It is also slap dash in the middle of the county so perfect for day trips and exploration. But don’t neglect the wonderful holiday homes around gorgeous Upper Lough Erne to the south (a wonderfully wild waterway), and Cuilgach to the west (the best hiking in the county).Spacious homes for the whole family
Holiday homes in County Fermanagh are really quite diverse, but the one key theme across the majority of them is space – lots of space for you and your family, both indoors and out. Impressively sized gardens and modern open-plan kitchens and lounges await you. Most likely you will have no neighbours close by, so if you are looking for peace and tranquillity in your County Fermanagh holiday home, you’ve got it!
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The area and getting around
County Fermanagh is one of Northern Ireland’s six counties and lies on the border with the Republic of Ireland in the far southwest of the country. It is mostly rural, with the small town of Enniskillen being its biggest population centre. Overseas visitors first fly to Belfast or Dublin then rent a car and drive to the county, 1.5 and 2 hours away, respectively.A world of outdoor activities in one small county
The landscape of County Fermanagh is an elaborate patchwork quilt of woodland, forest, and wetland, with one third of the land covered with lakes and waterways. Naturally, these water bodies are the main draw for visitors to the county, who come with their families or friends to enjoy the nature and myriad outdoor activities available all year round.
Travellers and activities
County Fermanagh is bursting with brilliantly green, untamed landscapes and a gentle climate making it a superb holiday destination for hiking enthusiasts. The most celebrated hike in the county is the Cuilcagh Boardwalk Trail. Nicknamed the Stairway to Heaven Walk, the trail gallivants through a huge expanse of bog, culminating with a steep climb to the viewing platform on Cuilcagh Mountain for awesome views of the surrounding lowlands.County Fermanagh for active family holidays
Paddleboarding, fishing, biking, kayaking, laser tag, archery, climbing – how long does your holiday need to be?! Active families will be impressed by the child-friendly sporting infrastructure in County Fermanagh. You can try something new under the watchful eye of an experienced teacher or bring your own equipment and enjoy your favourite family sport in a whole new environment. A fun-filled Fermanagh family break is an adventure quite unlike any other!
Fermanagh is called ‘the watery land’, and for good reason – it boasts an amazing abundance of lakes, rivers, inlets and waterways to explore!
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Cole’s Monument is a pencil-like stone monument that soars 108 steps into the sky and offers its visitors both a great workout and a 360-degree view of the pretty town of Enniskillen.2. Head down into Northern Ireland’s longest cave system
The Marble Arch Caves are a series of natural limestone caves 12 kilometres in length, the longest in the country. The tour takes you on a 10-minute boat journey followed by a 2-kilometre walk through the most spectacular caves of the complex.3. Learn about the military history of Fermanagh
Highly rated Enniskillen Castle is not just… a castle. It also houses Fermanagh County Museum, the Regimental Museum of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, and the 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards. Essentially, the stuff of dreams for history buffs!4. See Lough Erne from a new angle
Lough Erne is a wonderfully untamed lake, and it can now be explored in a whole new way – by water taxi! The boats embark from Enniskillen and hold up to 8 people.5. Experience South American football culture
Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre, housed in an imposing Georgian-style building, has been producing fine Parian china for over 150 years, and nowadays you can see how the pottery is made on a guided tour of the factory floor. A great place to get souvenirs of your holiday in County Fermanagh!