County Fermanagh, one of the six counties in Northern Ireland, is located in the south west of the country and borders the Republic of Ireland. Enjoy your stay in County Fermanagh holiday rentals in the rural, peaceful countryside. Fermanagh is mainly situated on the basin of the River Erne and connects two lakes – Upper and Lower Lough Erne.
Lough Erne is particularly scenic and is a popular location for visitors. Many enjoy water-sports including water-skiing, canoeing, wake-boarding and rowing on the lake. The area also hosts stages of the World Water-ski Championships annually. Stay in Enniskillen accommodation, the county's central town which contains Enniskillen Castle, built in the 16th century. Perhaps take a trip across to Devenish Island - just outside of Enniskillen - containing one of the best monastic sites in Northern Ireland.
The perfect spot to explore the great outdoors
The county is an ideal venue for lovers of the outdoors, with numerous terrains, mountains and castle walks. Popular routes include the Crom Estate, Castle Coole and Cuilcagh Mountain Park. Cuilcagh is a mountain on the border of County Fermanagh and County Cavan and is a protected park. The Mountain Park is joined with the Marble Arch caves – these are a series of natural limestone caves and are the largest known cave system in Northern Ireland. Cave tours can be taken to explore the underground tunnels. Once you have found your County Fermanagh accommodation, visit Florence Court, a beautiful 18th Century House previously home to the Earls of Enniskillen. Here you can take walks through the estate, view the walled garden or enjoy an afternoon tea. The county offers spas, hiking trails and the picturesque views for your Irish break. Other local villages to consider visiting are Rosslea and Belcoo.