Local Attractions & Sight Seeing

Killyreagh Garden Mews is situated just 3 miles from Enniskillen and is ideally located for sight-seeing trips throughout County Fermanagh and even further afield. We have listed some of the more well known Local Attractions below but there are many more places to see and people to meet in Fermanagh … just take your time and explore!

Castle Coole – A magnificent neo-classical house designed by James Wyatt, family home of the Earls of Belmore. It has remarkably fine interiors and exquisite furniture and furnishings from the period before 1830.

Crom Castle Estate – Includes Crom Old Castle. 1,350 acres of woodland, park land and wetland. One of Northern Ireland’s most important nature conservation areas.

Florence Court – One of the most interesting and important houses in Ulster, built in mid-eighteenth century by John Cole. The house has magnificent plaster work and its striking rococo dining-room ceiling was fortunately saved from fire in 1955. The rest of the plaster work has been meticulously restored. The grounds provide an excellent picnic site or a place to just sit and admire the views.

Marble Arch Caves – These magnificent Mesozoic limestone caves have an extensive network of caverns, and may be viewed from a boat. Well worth the visit. Booking advisable.

Ancient Burial Grounds – You will discover many of these dotted around the surrounding countryside. We can provide you with maps showing where to look for them.

Belleek Pottery – This world famous pottery offers guided tours and has a visitor’s centre.

Devenish Island – Can be reached by ferry. It is one of the largest of some 200 islands to be found in Lough Erne, and is the site of ruins of an abbey, and of a perfect 12th century round tower.

Lough Erne by Boat There are a variety of boats offering day cruises on Lough Erne’s extensive waterways. Just beside the cottages at the Share Holiday Village the Innish Cruiser, a 52 seat pleasure cruiser offers public tours. Or book one of our fishing boats or canoes, available from your cottage.

Fermanagh Tourist Information Centre Fermanagh District Council Tourist Information Centre, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, N.I.

Enniskillen Castle Incorporating The Regimental Museum, and The Watergate History and Heritage Centre. The Castle also holds a variety of other exhibitions throughout the year.

The Ulster Museum and Folk Park Trace the story of settlement in Ireland, from the Stone Age to the 17th Century Plantations.

Donegal Coast – the coastline of Co Donegal in the West of Ireland boasts more sandy beaches than any other county in Ireland and many hold the coveted EC Blue Flag status. The region is renowned for its rugged scenery as well as its local crafts including the famous Magee Donegal Tweed.

Co Sligo – The famous literary figure W B Yeats is buried in the churchyard at Drumcliffe and the whole area has a long association with the Yeats family. Lissadell House, the home of Yeat’s patron Lady Gregory is open to the public and there are many other sites, scattered throughout the region, of interest to the literary enthusiast.

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