The nights are darker, school runs are back and once again any family time is squeezed between clubs and after school hobbies. So, if you’re already yearning for some quality family time why not consider a half term Fermanagh Autumn Break?
October is an idyllic time to visit Fermanagh for an autumn break, boasting dramatic scenery covered in autumnal orange and red hues. At this time of year, more than likely we would prefer to be cosy by the fire. However, the weather is still on side and it’s a great opportunity to get out and explore Enniskillen this Autumn!
Discover Fermanagh Heritage This Autumn
Enniskillen Castle has seen its fair share of defences and without them the history of County Fermanagh could be vastly different. If you’ve yet to take a trip to Enniskillen, then ticking off some of our beautiful estates is a weekday or weekend trip for the books’.
Proudly surrounded by thick woodland, with 10 miles of trails to explore is Florence Court House. while Castle Coole has its own varied history and brushes with plenty of royalty. Both estates are known locally for having one of the most beautiful woodland walks and the autumn is not an exception!
Out in Nature
Ask anyone in the know about their Favorite autumn locations in Enniskillen and we guarantee Cuilcagh Mountain will be up there. And it’s not just because this stunning spot is home to the stairway to heaven. With views across west County Fermanagh and west County Cavan. Standing at 655 metres, and through the highest peak of both counties, Cuilcagh mountain will be awe-inspiring colours come autumn.
With the temperatures still holding out in the mild to even warm climes. Breathe in the autumnal scenes along Lough Erne with a trip on a canoe, kayak or paddleboard with Erne Adventures. This is a great day our for all ages and abilities, with equipment and a safety briefing including paddle techniques.