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    • 5
      out of 5
      Undercliff was again, a lovely experience. Nice and quiet. Gorgeous cliff path walks. Beautiful views of Bouley Bay. Comfortable bed. Tasty breakfast! Richard and Ida are wonderful hosts.
      02 Oct 2019read review
    • 4
      out of 5
      Sallochy is a perfect balance between wild camping and using a commercial site. In a fantastic location, with just composting toilet and cold running water it offers essential facilities but no more....
      01 Oct 2019read review
    • 5
      out of 5
      Had a wonderful couple of days at Sallochy. Booked a loch side pitch, arrived around 2pm and got set up no bother....
      01 Oct 2019read review
    • 4
      out of 5
      I had booked a loch side pitch, and loved it. Some of the loch side pitches are a bit removed from the main campsite and the toilets, but waking up to the view of Loch Lomond is priceless....
      30 Sep 2019read review
    • 4
      out of 5
      The campsite is great. lochside location. good beach. pitches can be a bit boggy, facilities adequate....
      26 Sep 2019read review
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Hotels in County Fermanagh

County Fermanagh is a rural county in Northern Ireland's south-west. Enniskillen is County Fermanagh's capital, and there you will find Enniskillen Castle, Cole's Monument, the Ardhowen Theatre and St. Macartin's Cathedral. Further places of interest in Fermanagh are Belleek Pottery, Castle Archdale, Crom Estate, Devenish Island, Florence Court, Lough Navar Forest Park and the Marble Arch Caves.

The Travellers Guide has a selection of hotels, guest houses and bed & breakfast accommodation in County Fermanagh, listed below. Please view our hotel offers page for the latest special offers for a range of hotels in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.

All three airports in Northern Ireland (Belfast International (BFS), Belfast City Airport (BHD) and City of Derry Airport (LDY)) are approx. two hours away by car, while it takes a bit longer to get to Dublin Airport (DUB). There is also a ferry running frequently between Northern Ireland and Britain.