We have so many wonderful facilities in our own little corner of the world here in Drumhoney Holiday Park. But, sometimes it is good to take some time out and explore your surroundings. When you stay with us, you are in the perfect position to get out and about and see so many wonderful things, and do so many exciting things.
15 minutes or less away:
Castle Archdale: Explore the wonderful woodland walks, ramble around the shores of the Lower Lough Erne, visit a piece of WW2 history. You can always take to the water and take in the sights
Irvinestown: This small town has some lovely local shops, talk a meander around the spectacular grounds of Necarne Estate, visit the Garden of Celtic Saints, then relax with a beverage in the family owned-family run, Mahon’s Hotel – you can even bring your furry friend. Coming in July, you might be lucky enough to join in with some of the Lady of the Lake Festival fun!
Enniskillen: Fermanagh’s county town and the only island town in Ireland is situated approximately 15minutes away from our holiday park. There are great things to see and do here, including Enniskillen Taste Experience, for all you foodies. The shopping, with local crafts on display in The Buttermarket, to all your high street favourites in Erneside, to independent traders on the main street. There are also beautiful lakeside walks and historical gems including Enniskillen Castle and Museum.
30 minutes or less away:
Boatyard Distillery: This Gin Distillery offers a fantastic tour around their lough view premises. Get the opportunity to label your own bottle of gin (one to take away!), listen to a little piece of local history and enjoy some beautiful beverages.
Omagh: Did you know that we are only approximately 30 minutes away from Tyrone’s county town. Why not head to the cinema, enjoy some shopping with lots of local crafts and independent shops as well as your high street favourites like Primark. Head a little further out of the town and you can enjoy the famous Gortin Glens, take in a piece of history at the Ulster American Folk Park or peruse the sights of the scenic Sperrins drive.
Belleek Pottery: The home of the world renowned Belleek Pottery is located less than 30 minutes from our holiday park. Head of a beautiful drive to the village of Belleek, take in its local heritage and take part in the visitor tour of the historic Belleek Pottery.
45 minutes or less away:
Culcaigh Boardwalk: Are you up for the challenge? Take on the heights of the Stairway to Heaven, with stunning views that are sure to amaze.
Marble Arch Caves: Perhaps you’ve explored all that land and water has to offer, so not try underneath land in Fermanagh. The Marble Arch Caves are a wonderful piece of geological brilliance. It is a great option for all the family.
The Wild Atlantic Way: Yes, start your Wild Atlantic Way adventure in the town of Bundoran, which is less than 45 minutes away from our Holiday Park. If you wanted to see more head South and explore the beaches of Donegal and perhaps even Sligo, or head North and dander around Donegal Town and the surrounding peaceful beaches.
There is so much to see and do in close proximity to us. This is not a definitive list and there are some marvellous hidden gems across Fermanagh and the surrounding areas. For more information on events, sightseeing and local attractions check out:
Drumhoney Holiday Park
12 Drumhoney Lane
+44 28 6862 1892