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Top Choice Pottery in Belleek

Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre

The imposing Georgian-style building beside Belleek's main bridge houses the world-famous Belleek Pottery, founded in 1857 to provide local employment in the wake of the Potato Famine. It has been producing fine Par…
Top Choice Cafe in Belleek

Thatch Coffee Shop

This cute little thatched cottage may be Belleek's oldest building (late 18th century), but it serves excellent coffee, delicious soups and sandwiches, plus superb homemade cakes and scones. The trad breakfasts are …
International in Boa Island

Lusty Beg Island Restaurant

Lusty Beg’s informal Island Restaurant is open to all, and serves everything from burgers and lasagne to beef Wellington and salmon en croute. Booking is necessary; you can summon the ferry from a telephone in the b…
in Lower Lough Erne

Castle Caldwell Forest Park

Castle Caldwell, built between 1610 and 1619, is nothing but a ruin, but the park, about halfway between Boa Island and Belleek, has a nature reserve full of bird life, and is a major breeding ground for the common …
Pub in Belleek

Black Cat Cove

This family-run pub with antique furniture and an open fire serves good bar meals. It also has live music most nights in summer, and at weekends in winter.
in Lower Lough Erne

Lough Navar Forest Park

This forest park lies at the western end of Lower Lough Erne, where the Cliffs of Magho – a 250m-high and 9km-long limestone escarpment – rise above a fringe of native woodland on the south shore. An 11km scenic dri…
Historic Site in Lower Lough Erne

Devenish Island

Historic Site in White Island

Church Ruins

At the eastern tip of the island are the ruins of a small 12th-century church with a beautiful Romanesque door on its southern side. Inside are six extraordinary Celtic stone figures, thought to date from the 9th ce…