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Find a welcoming property for as little as £39 per night by searching through the 277 properties featured in Fermanagh. HomeToGo directly features top offers by comparing the listed holiday lettings.
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The weather in County Fermanagh
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 17° On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 4° in February. The wettest month is December with 17 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 8 rainy days in April, which is the driest month.
See Northern Ireland's lakes with a County Fermanagh holiday letting
Rural living is the order of the day in County Fermanagh, and visitors can choose from traditional and cosy stone cottages, or larger modern properties with all the modern amenities to make your stay at self-catering Fermanagh accommodations a pleasure.
Visit Belleek Pottery for the perfect souvenir of your County Fermanagh break
Pottery has been produced in the small village of Belleek since 1857. Visitors can take a guided tour around the production facility to see how the pots are produced and painted, and have a chat with the craftspeople as they work. There's a restaurant onsite serving light meals, cakes, and hot drinks, as well as a factory shop where you can pick up some beautiful souvenirs of your time in this part of Northern Ireland.
Going underground at the Marble Arch Caves
One of Europe's finest and largest complexes of underground caves, the Marble Arch Caves offer the opportunity to explore chambers, passages, and underground rivers. Hop aboard an electric boat for a 75-minute tour through the cave system, as your guide explains the formation of the cave and points out the most interesting features. Outside, enjoy the other attractions of the national park, such as mountain biking, fishing, or just walking through the woods.
Castles and historic buildings galore in County Fermanagh
Fermanagh is home to numerous stately homes, all with superb architecture and many of which are open to the public. The National Trust's Florence Court is one of the finest, and is considered one of the best examples of a Georgian house in Ireland. Visitors can enjoy the splendour of the house's interiors, before looking around the walled garden and taking a relaxing woodland walk. Also worth a visit is Castle Coole, standing in 700 acres of parkland, and Enniskillen Castle, which dates back 600 years and is now an interesting military museum.
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