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Irish Cottages

Portagaria Wood

Aghnablaney, Leggs

Near Kesh

Co Fermanagh

N Ireland, BT93 2BG

Tel: 0 75 19 51 44 00



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Getting Here: Either: From Dublin head for Enniskillen.  Leave Enniskillen on the A32. Follow the A32 to Trory.  Take the B82 on your left towards Kesh.
Or: From Belfast, pick up the M1 and continue onto the A4 signposted Enniskillen/Omagh.  At Ballygawley Roundabout take the A5 to Omagh.  Leave Omagh heading for Enniskillen on the A32.  Take the B4 to Lack/Ederney/Kesh.
Leave Kesh on the A35 towards Pettigo.  Take the A47 signposted Boa Island/Belleek.  Turn right onto the B136.  We are located on the lough shore.


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County Fermanagh - A Brief Synopsis

The county of endless horizons and opportunities for all who love outdoor life!  Glorious views of the lakelands abound, but one of the most scenic drives is to Lough Navar where you will reach a dramatic viewing point with a sweeping view across Lough Erne to the distance Donegal Mountains.

Fermanagh’s Top 6 Attractions

  1. Belleek Pottery – take a tour to discover the secrets that make Belleek Pottery one of Ireland’s most enduring stories in Irish craftsmanship
  2. Marble Arch European Geopark – one of Europe’s finest show caves where you can explore a fascinating natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers –take an underground boat journey through the Marble Arch Caves to examine stalagmites and stalactites
  3. Enniskillen’s Buttermarket – 16 art and craft studios and a café all housed in the restored 19th century buttermarket
  4. SheelinAntique Lace Museum – 700 exhibits dating from 1890 to 1920 with lace shop
  5. Crom Estate National Trust Property – one of Ireland’s most important nature reserves, grand manor house and grounds
  6. DevenishIsland– an ancient monastic dwelling site on Lough Erne reached by ferry.  MV Kestrel waterbus from Enniskillen Round-O Quay – a 1.75 hours tour including a visit to Devenish Island

Enniskillen – the county town is situated between Upper and Lower Lough Erne.  Enniskillen blends historical connection with modern enterprise and provides a dynamic cultural scene.  Charming cafes and restaurants offer the best of Fermanagh hospitality.

Blakes of the Hollow, one of the most famous pubs in Ireland has changed little since its Victorian origin.  Call in to enjoy the local craic and a pint of Guinness.

Enjoy a show at the Ardhowen Theatre – music, drama and dance all feature culminating in the annual Enniskillen Drama Festival.

Enniskillen Castle built by the Maguire clan around 600 years ago housing the County Museum and The Inniskillings museum.  The County Museum houses award winning displays including Country People, Country Places and The Making of Landscape.

Cuilcagh Mountain Park – a 265-hectare site and home of several rare or endangered species of plants and birds and together with the Marble Arch Caves forms the European Geopark

Kesh – provides a couple of reasonable food shops, a chemist, a handful of pubs and eateries.  The Mayfly Inn and Drumrush Lodge have the best reputation for food.  There is a small sandy beach at Muckross Point that is great for the family.  You simply can’t leave without a trip around the Kesh scenic route ending up at Castle Archdate Country Park.

Castle Archdale Country Park – take the forest walk along the lough shore passing the 17th century castle ruin, a variety of birdlife and the spring and summer magnificent carpet of wild flowers.  Follow the special heritage trail and visit the WWII Flying Base museum

Belleek – is known internationally for it pottery.  Explore the pottery and visitor centre to see the master craft intricacies.  Established around the 1857 founded Belleek Pottery – guided tour, museum, showroom and café. Belleek is a thriving market village with a variety of pubs, shops, restaurants and a hotel.  It is also a noted location for angling and other recreational activities.

Pettigo – is a small picturesque village on the border of Co Donegal and Fermanagh.  It is bisected by the Termon River which forms the border between Donegal in the Republic of Ireland and Fermanagh which is in Northern Ireland. The portion of the village in Northern Ireland is officially called Tullyhommon, but is locally know as “High Street” due to its hillside position overlooking the village. Pettigo means “The place of the Blacksmith” it got its name from the large number of Blacksmiths that worked in the town in Celtic times. 

Irvinestown – the home of the Lady of The Lake Festival and one of Northern Ireland’s best presented villages in summer with its floral baskets.  A variety of pubs, shops, restaurants and a hotel.

Ballyshannon – the oldest town in Ireland is steeped in history.  Inis Saimer, the little island situated in the Erne Estuary is said to be the spot where the first inhabitants of Ireland landed.  Parthalon, a chieftain from Scythia (near modern Macedonia) is said to have landed here around 2700 B.C.  Today Ballyshannon is a vibrant town, the gateway to County Donegal, rich in drama, music, sport and business.  Ballyshannon is the birthplace of the well-known poet William Allingham (1824-1889) and one of the world’s greatest Rock guitarists Rory Gallagher (born 2nd March 1948).

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Irish Cottages, Portagaria Wood, Aghnablaney, Leggs, Fermanagh, N Ireland BT93 2BG

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