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- The tour of the house was outstanding - Conor the guide clearly loved the place and never faltered with all the history and information. When we went to visit the walled garden it was so beautiful, apple trees and many different kinds of vegetables. The gardeners are also helpful and friendly. Great walks, great cafe and the house is amazing.Written 26 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great day out. Be sure to bring plenty of nibbles. As others have said, drive past first car park then prepare for a good trek!Written 28 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A must see in Fermanagh. The house is stunning and beautiful. The tour guide Emma was very good and brought the history of the place and people alive. The servant's
tunnel under the house and out to the stable is crazy! Plenty of parking, toilets and cafe.Written 26 September 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Very much history written from the unionist perspective but still very interesting. Would have liked a more balanced view on history.Written 24 September 2022
- Too wet for the boat tour so we could only do the wal k through the caves but still a fantastic experience. The caves are amazing, so many interesting geological formations, stalagmites and stalactites etc. Very beautiful.
And nice cafe and shop . Highly recommendWritten 11 September 2022
- Beautiful and stunning location, great place to spend for couples, families, parties…
Definitely worth to visit or even book it for someone’s birthday present or Christmas present. Stanley was brilliant!Written 29 September 2022
- Researched this walk before we set off, need good walking footware and a jacket, we had light lunch beforehand.
It does take 3.5 hours there and back, we started at the car park nearest. (2nd one up)
Toilets at nature reserve 1 mile past it but we made sure to use them first. Walk is tough.
Brought water and snacks. Views are amazing and really enjoyed th experience.Written 22 July 2022
- What a fantastic little hidden gem. The gents are working away at their day job being barbers and are happy to let you stroll around all the little rooms and nooks and crannies stuffed with memorabilia. What a collection. An absolute must for any train lovers. They even took time out to show a big child like me the model railway in operation on the top floor. There's a donation box which I highly recommend dropping a few quid into because these guys obviously do it for the love of it and they couldn't have been nicer. Lovely stuff.Written 29 September 2022
- We visited here a few days ago. It is a really beautiful castle. It is just the ruins of the castle, there is nothing else there but it is very pretty. We went inside for a look around. It would be nice for a picnic.Written 18 August 2022
- We got lots of info and help plus useful maps Nd suggestions of where to eat and what to visit. The cafe is good tooWritten 20 September 2022
- A great short hike for even those with limited fitness levels. Great views on a beautiful sunny day. Can see for miles around.Written 2 March 2022
- We visited here on our boat and it’s a gorgeous spot. A very tranquil bay with some local families making it fun and happening. The jetty is great and a lovely walk around the castle. Only problem was that there are no facilities. No water, no electricity and not even a bin at the end of the jetty. If it’s going to cater for tourists then there is another level to go to.Written 14 August 2022
- The grounds of the castle are the setting for the various museums and are well worth a walk round on their own. The museums cover the history of Enniskillen and contain excellent displaysWritten 20 September 2022
- In the last few years I’ve visited this beautiful church a few times ,wedding furneral s , christenings all lovely inside this mighty impressive building with lovely architecture , there is so much to look at while talking to god , and why shouldn’t it be beautiful as you are inside his house . How did they build this it’s massive , how do they clean it , some questions that came to mind . Looking at the little carvings outside above the door I did notice satin in one which I thought there’s always one bad bit in everything we look at , a must to visit if lighting a candle in EnniskillenWritten 2 July 2022
- I would always call in here to the park on a Saturday morning,and decided to call to see what has been done since it’s closer for upgrading , the paths are repointed and the upper paths are now a gravel material which is none slip although the concrete area from entrance has been repointed I fear could still be slippery in winter , my grandson loves this park with little pursuits for him and I to try . The Cole’s monument it’s self has had work done like notable new brickwork and some paintwork , I don’t understand why we have a monument that was build by British soldiers in Victorian times in the middle of the highest ground in enniskillen surely there should be a monument that reflects the area like Lakeland’s , but from here is a beautiful view of the surrounding town , you can go up the spiritual staircase to the top of the monument which is covered by an iron cage not for the person who hates heights , I remember being able to see through these steps but iam sure they are fixed now , the door is locked but I think you can buy tickets from town hall up the middle of the town . There is a Victorian band stand which is lovely if the flaking paint had been scraped and repainted, it’s nice park but dogs on leads and poo bags needed .Written 15 June 2022
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