What's Nearby

What's Nearby


You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful scenery, wide open spaces and places to play golf, walk, shop and much, much more.

Castle Archdale Country Park

Castle Archdale Country Park is less than 2 miles from The Manor House Country Hotel and has 100's of acres of woodland to walk, jog, cycle or simply stroll. Guest often take a walk after breakfast to ease them into their day ahead.

Castle Archdale Boat Hire & Watersports

Castle Archdale Boat Hire and Watersports - located at Castle Archdale, this waterbased activity centre has a range of waterbased actvities suitable for the entire family, from the newly introduced hydrobikes, boat hire, water trampolining, kayaking you can spend the entire day just minutes from the hotel.

Florence Court House

Florence Court House is another of the National Trust properties located just approximately 40mins drive from the hotel. You can book a tour of the house, or simply enjoy the gardens and estate walks, worth an entire day with a picnic.

Enniskillen Castle & Museum

Enniskillen Castle & Museum is one of the most iconic buildings in Fermanagh. Loated in the island town of Enniskillen, you can learn of the Maguire Chiefs who first built the Castle.

Devenish Island Monastic Site

Devenish Island Monastic Site - Occasionally the Lady of the Lake will run tours to Devenish Island, one of Irelands finest examples of early monastic round tours - a great alternative is Erne Water Taxi for private groups or Erne Tours where tours run daily to Devenish Island.

Cuilcagh Board Walk

Cuilcagh Board Walk also known as the Stairway to Heaven is the perfect place to see panoramic views of Fermanagh, Donegal, Sligo, Cavan and Leitrim. Set aside 3.5 hours to do this moderately strenuous walk which includes 500 stairs to the summit. Make sure you wear appropriate walking shoes for this walk. Travelling from Enniskillen towards Florencecourt and the Marble Arch Caves, the boardwalk is approximately 35 mins from the hotel.

Corralea Activity Centre

Corralea offers a range of outdoor activities & experiences, all of which are eco-friendly to safeguard the quality of the water and the peacefulness which surrounds Lough Macnean. Corralea is open all year round, although some of the activities are only available May-Sep.


E-bike Hire/Canoe Hire/SUP Hire

Unique Experiences:

Recharge & Chill/Slow Adventure/ Glide 'N' Grill/

Forest Eco Spa & Electric Escape

Castle Coole House

Castle Coole House is located on the outskirts of Enniskillen on the Dublin Road. This national trust property offers beautiful estate walks and the opportunity to appreciate one of the most impressive of georgian houses in the county.

Johnny Rockos

10 pin bowling alley, kids mini go-carts (age 3 upwards), Little Rambo’s soft play area, American Style Diner

Tickety Moo Ice Cream

An ice cream farm shop with a difference! Watch its award winning herd of pedigree jersey cows being milked and then visit the ice cream parlour!

Good Mooed Milk Shakes

Recently opened in Irvinestown, Good Mooed Milk & Shakes provides fresh, local pasteurised Jersey milk direct from the farm. Enjoy full flavour creamy milk, and fabulous milkshakes with a range of flavours including chocolate, strawberry, chocolate orange, salted caramel, and banana. Tray bakes, coffee using fresh jersey milk, and a kid's play area also available.

IMC Cinema Enniskillen

On a rainy Fermanagh day, why not visit the local IMC Cinema in Enniskillen and enjoy that latest Holywood Releases.

Fermanagh Fun Farm

Fermanagh Fun Farm is an educational, fun, interactive, engaging and hands on farming experience for all animal lovers. Take the guided tour to meet and learn how to care for lots of small animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, and chicks. There’s even a chance to feed animals, collect eggs from hens and bottle feeding small animals such as lambs.

A daily timetable of activities is available each day. Seasonal opening hours.

Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum (BT74 7DP)

How many places can you get a haircut and explore the golden age of steam travel at the same time?

The Johnston family’s decision to combine their traditional barbers skills with their interest in local railway history has led to one of the most unique and fascinating attractions in Northern Ireland.

Today, Headhunters Barber Shop & Railway Museum boasts one of the largest collections of Irish railway memorabilia on display.