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The weather in Enniskillen
Check out the climate diagram for Enniskillen. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 17° However, temperatures can go lower than 4° in Enniskillen in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Experience the charms of Ireland at Enniskillen Holiday Cottages
Surrounded by rivers, canals and lakes, the island town of Enniskillen is truly special. It is named after the mythological Irish war godess Cethlenn who is said to have died attempting to cross the river Erne after being wounded in battle by an arrow. There are many renovated farmhouses, country cottages and riverside apartments to stay in here in and discover the friendly Irish small-town culture.
A heady brew in hearty company
Quaff a pint of fine Guinness beer in one of the town's traditonal Victorian pubs and enjoy typical Irish warmth and hospitality. Blakes of the Hollow is the most popular choice for thirsty travellers in the area. The ground floor of the pub is still true to its original Victorian style, dating back to 1887. A marble topped bar, sherry casks, an open fire and aged wood pannelling are just some of the details that make the atmosphere of this venue unique.
A cultural wander through town
Enniskillen's High Street is full of Victorian history. Monuments to look out for include the Clock Tower of the District Council Hall and St. Macartin's Cathedral. Then head downtown to the Buttermarket, a restored dairy farm which now houses a number of craftspeople selling pottery, jewellery, textiles and artwork. In the evenings, theatre productions and concerts can be enjoyed at the Ardhowen Theatre.
Local and military history in a castle
Delve into the history of the Maguire chieftans at Enniskillen Castle, which has loomed over the river Erne since the 16th c. Within the fortifications, you'll find the Fermanagh County Museum. Local historians chose 100 artifacts that recount the history of the county from prehistoric times until today. The castle keep (its fortified tower) is home to the Inniskilling Fusiliers Regimental Museum, where military enthusiasts can see real Victoria Crosses, guns, uniforms and military paraphernalia.
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