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Best things to do in Enniskillen

Cave
“Only 15 mins drive. Recommend to book a tour as can be very busy in summer months.”
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Park
“There you can see and explore how Irish families lived (original old houses) and why and how so many Irish left Ireland to America. Great experience!”
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Other Great Outdoors
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“A National Trust property with excellent walks and 16th Century manor house.”
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Museum
“Enniskillen castle, museums and cafe. Tourist information office is located here too for further information and maps. ”
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Restaurant
“One of Ireland's finest dining emporiums with owner, television celebrity cook, and cooking school proprietor Nevin Maguire welcoming diners from all over Ireland and the world annually, this venue offers the ultimate fine dining experience, and typically has a sometimes six month waiting list - so reservations essential well in advance.”
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Point of Interest
“Known as the Stairway to Heaven. A boardwalk at the far end of the trail takes you to the top of Cuilcagh mountain (a table top plateau mountain). Either 8 or 11km depending on where you park. Parking is £5. Stunning views on a good day. This is a good hike so go prepared with water, food, torch etc. ”
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Point of Interest
“Great events in an intimate theatre. Check out their website for events. Open for lunch. Cafe overlooks Lough Erne. Only theatre in UK that is accessible by water too. Moor up your boat at the jetty in front. ”
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Historic Site
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“National Trust property. Beech tree forest walk or lake walk. House tours. Ice house. Cafe and bookshop on site. Pay on entry. ”
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Home Goods Store
“Beautifully made Belleek Pottery, it also offers tours, only 3km from Erne Manor B&B”
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Restaurant
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Establishment
“Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark catering for Children and Adults. See their website www.marblearchcaves.org for full informaiton.”
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Point of Interest
“The Park offers stunning views of Cuilcagh Mountain, West Cavan and the greater Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark. Before taking to the paths and exploring, spend some time in the visitors center interpreting the archaeological, geological and cultural history of Cavan Burren Park.There are five walking trails including one multi-access trail suitable for buggies and wheelchairs. There are superb examples of megalithic tombs in Cavan Burren Park including wedge and portal tombs, dating from the Neolithic Period. Visitor centre 4kms from Blacklion; left onto R206 off the N16 just west of town, signs for Cavan Burren. ”
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Restaurant
“Fabulous food here. Host fluent in German too. The steak is delicious! Right beside Blakes of the Hollow for a drink in a pub with a great atmosphere. Game of Thrones door is located in the pub too. Well worth a stop when you visit Enniskillen. ”
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Bar
“Unbelievable place. Still has original little booths and now has a Game of Thrones door! Bar food in the basement, comedy nights, live music. Blakes has it all!”
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Park
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“Very popular visitor location only 10 minutes drive from Erneside Townhouses, and a National Trust property with tea rooms and visitor centre!”
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Premise
“Great period house on estate owned by The National Trust. Pay on entry. Great walks, incredible walled garden. Cafe and shop (for gifts) on site.”
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