Things To Do In Enniskillen
Searching for fantastic Enniskillen hotel offers to elevate your upcoming escape into a memorable experience? Your search ends at the Westville Hotel! Our hotel serves as the ideal hub for discovering Fermanagh’s captivating landscapes and storied past. Whether you’re drawn to lakeside adventures or immersing yourself in Fermanagh’s remarkable heritage, there’s something to enthrall every traveler. Secure your reservation now and relish it all at the Westville Hotel in Enniskillen.
See & Do In Enniskillen
Enniskillen is perched amid the waterways that link lower and upper Lough Erne and enjoys a delightful waterside setting making it the ideal place to stay and explore the charms of County Fermanagh and beyond. Through its many years of welcoming visitors, it has developed into a hub of entertainment, shopping and dining out! Water sports, coarse and game fishing, championship golf courses and sightseeing are all popular activities in the local area.
Shopping in the island town of Enniskillen offers something for everyone with many unique family run shops and boutiques as well as a plethora of multinational high street stores which can be found in Erneside Shopping Centre. The layout of the town lends itself to being a shopper’s paradise. Enniskillen’s long, meandering main street stretches virtually the length of the island. This allows for a thoroughly relaxing day out and provides you with a natural sense of bustle, vibrancy and character.
Shopping in Enniskillen
Shopping in the island town of Enniskillen offers something for everyone with many unique family run shops and boutiques as well as a plethora of multinational high street stores which can be found in Erneside Shopping Centre. The layout of the town lends itself to being a shopper’s paradise. Enniskillen’s long, meandering main street stretches virtually the length of the island. This allows for a thoroughly relaxing day out and provides you with a natural sense of bustle, vibrancy and character. For more information click here.
The Buttermarket (0.9 miles from the hotel)
The Buttermarket Craft and Design Courtyard comprises of seventeen art and craft units and a coffee shop, housed in the restored early 19th century dairy market. The Buttermarket’s unique position in the heart of Enniskillen makes it the central focus for the thriving craft industry in Fermanagh.
The buildings have been beautifully renovated and house such diverse crafts as pottery, fly-tying, ceramics, handmade jewellery, textiles, picture framing and original art.
When your legs need a rest from shopping there is a wealth of excellent pubs, cafes and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets, including the Firehouse Bar and Grill and the Crowe’s Nest.
Ask our friendly team for details regarding our latest shopping break packages. For more information please click here.
Activities & Events
Share Holiday Village (15.6 miles from the hotel)
Share Discovery Village is the perfect location for all thrilling outdoor activities. From watersports, mountain biking, archery and everything in-between. Share Discovery is a must on your next visit to Fermanagh!
Golfing in Fermanagh
Does teeing off on some of the finest courses at surprisingly affordable prices sounds appealing?
Ask our friendly team for details regarding our latest golf break packages.
Take cycling off the road and onto the water with a hydrobike or eBoard rental on Ireland’s only Island Town. Great for exercise or relaxing on the water. Why not book our NEW Eboard adventure package? Click Here for more information.
Fishing in Fermanagh
The rich Fermanagh Lakelands are renowned as a haven for anglers. With an abundance of loughs and rivers amounting to over 300 square miles of water, the Lakelands are an angler’s paradise. With such a vast expanse of water so perfectly suited to fishing, every day on Lough Erne can be a different adventure. You never know what you might hook next, but with trout and salmon among the top targets and superb coarse fishing in some of the best boat and bank fishing grounds in Europe, all types of angler can succeed here.
From angling centres to tackle shops our team at the Westville will be only too happy to assist with your fishing break in Fermanagh.
Ask our friendly team for details regarding our latest angling break packages.
Paddle the lakes
Named as one of the top 10 activities to do in Fermanagh exploring the Lakelands by canoe or kayak will be a delight for any water sport enthusiasts. Upper Lough Erne has sheltered bays for beginners, while Lower Lough Erne’s windier waters provide waves for experienced paddlers. There are ample locations in County Fermanagh where you can hire a canoe. Why not book our Island Town Stay & Cruise Package?
Enniskillen Taste Experience (1.1 miles from the hotel)
Discover the unique Island town of Enniskillen with a guided walking tour, stopping at various locations along the way to sample an indulgent mix of food and drink. The Enniskillen Taste Experience will showcase the culinary delights the local businesses have to offer and will provide customers with a substantial and memorable experience.
Customers will be offered an array of tastes and nibbles along with a few alcoholic beverages, so it’s best to leave the car keys behind. To book this food experience Visit the website here
Island Discovery – Erne Water Taxi (1.1 miles from the hotel)
The best way to really see Fermanagh Lakelands is from the water and if your boat is skippered by Barry Flanagan of Erne Water Taxis you’ll hear and see so much more! One of Northern Ireland’s giant experiences.
Enjoy an outdoor adventure off the beaten track with Erne Water Taxi’s. Offering a range of bespoke and private tours it is definitely one to add to Fermanagh’s bucket list.
The Gateway to the West of Ireland…
Explore some of the wonders Enniskillen has to offer with these local attractions right on our doorstep. The island town has long been known as a favourite tourist destination. For anyone visiting Enniskillen one of their abiding memories will be the town’s proximity to Lough Erne, which you are subtly reminded of by the numerous moorings and boats dotted around the island. This gives Enniskillen a uniquely continental ambiance unparalleled to anywhere on Ireland’s inland waterways.