Facilities include :
· Tourist Information
· Fishing Tackle Hire
· Car Hire
· Bicycle Hire
· Boat Hire
· Taxi Service
· Internet/Email access
· Onward Reservations
We offer a variety of packages to suite the keen golfers, fishermen, cyclists or hill walkers from as short as a three night stay to 7 or more nights.
Blacklion golf course, which provides a formidable challenge amidst the beauty, is on our 'doorstep' (quarter of a mile) The Customs House has negotiated a special rate for guests at this beautiful course. Or why not explore the numerous other courses in Fermanagh or Cavan.
There is no scarcity of fishing in Fermanagh with its abundance of lakes. You can choose from fishing on Loughs McNean, Melvin or the Erne. Day trips with full equipment hire can be supplied.
We can provide hill walkers and cyclists with routes to keep you entertained for many days in the beautiful Fermanagh and Cavan countryside. We lie on the KingFisher cycle trail for the keen cyclists.
Other activities which are on our doorstep to keep in mind are:
· Water Sports
· Boat Hire
· Leisure Centre
· National Parks
Places of Interest include :
Marble Arch Caves
The Caves are one of Europe's finest Limestone show caves allowing visitors to explore a fascinating natural underworld of stalactites and stalagmites, rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers.
Beleek Pottery Visitors Centre
Established over 143 years ago and producing fine glazed porcelain.
This park has a nature reserve with trails and a marina where you can take a boat trip to White Island or explore the vastness of Lough Erne.
1900 acres of woodland, parkland and wetland make this one of Nortthern Irelands main nature reserves. The romantic historic landscape by the shores of Upper Lough Erne is what makes Crom so special.
Florence Court House
The House was built in the mid 18th Century by John Cole. It contains some fine Rococo plasterwork and many of the origional items of Furniture. The famous gardens that surround it are renowned.
Lough MacNean Sculpture Trail
Situated on the boundaries of Fermanagh, Cavan and Leitrim. The art pieces are all by renowned Irish Artists and are located along a 40 mile circular trail which can be driven cycled or hiked.
A scenic drive leading to a magnificent viewpoint over lower Lough Erne. Often described as the best view of the Erne and Fermanagh lakes.
This is an old monastic site on Lough Erne with the round tower dating back to the 12th century and trips can be made to it from the Round 'O' jetty in Enniskillen on the MV Kestrel.
Visit the the Birth Place of the Mighty Shannon River.