Hotels in Enniskillen

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With its waterside setting and lively town centre, Enniskillen is not only an attractive place to spend a few days but a good base for exploring Upper and Lower Lough Erne and the waterways that link them. It is also a gateway to the countryside of County Fermanagh. The name Enniskillen is derived from 'Inis Ceithleann' meaning 'the island of Ceithleann'. Ceithleann was a legendary female warrior. Book a hotel in Enniskillen to explore the town's attractions such as Castle Coole as well as the natural beauty that surrounds it. If you prefer more tranquil surroundings use the eDreams easy-to-navigate filters to find cheap hotels on the shores of the Loughs or even slightly further afield, close to the breathtaking Sperrin Mountains. eDream's search engine allows you to find hotel deals by searching for: location, room type, date and price. Whether you are travelling alone, taking a romantic break, exploring Northern Ireland with a group of friends or enjoying a family holiday, eDreams can help you find the perfect hotel in Enniskillen.

What to see in Enniskillen?

Enniskillen is Ireland's only island town giving it an attractive setting surrounded by water. Book a hotel in Enniskillen itself and it's easy to spend a couple of hours exploring Coole Castle. This 600-year-old fortress with its two look-out towers is home to two museums. Between them, they explore the domestic and military history of County Fermanagh and Northern Ireland. Among the National Trust properties in or near Enniskillen is Florence Court. This 18th-century Georgian mansion is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens which are particularly breathtaking in the autumn. A town attraction that is a little off-the-wall is the Headhunters Barber Shop and Railway Museum. This family-owned business houses an impressive collection of railway memorabilia as well as unusual items that were frequently smuggled on Fermanagh's trains. At the end of a day's sightseeing pop into the  Blakes of the Hollow pub. This Victorian pub with its quaint low-lying thatched roof has changed little since it was built in 1887. Game of Thrones fans will recognise its famous door. You can even take a Game of Thrones tour in County Fermanagh while follows the story of season six. As well as the Blakes of the Hollow pub, you'll find a good choice of places to eat in Enniskillen whether you are looking for pub grub or something a little more upmarket.

Where to stay in Enniskillen?

As well as hotel deals in Enniskillen you can book a hotel in a nearby district such as Bellanaleck with its thatched buildings. While in Bellanaleck, discover traditional crafts at the Sheelin Antique Irish Lace Shop and Museum. A little further afield are the Sperrin Mountains, an area of atmospheric beauty and pretty little villages. Use eDreams to find hotel deals, self-catering cottages or family-run bed and breakfasts in some of the villages. Hike through the rugged terrain of the Sperrin Mountains looking out for intriguing megalithic structures and ancient stone circles. The shores of Upper and Lower Lough Erne are home to country house hotels. Stay in one of these and make the most of lake activities such as boating and kayaking, angling and cycling or even off-road driving expeditions and archery. If Northern Ireland's countryside and this little country town have tempted you, visit eDreams to find a hotel in Enniskillen.

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