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Fermanagh

Northern Ireland’s most southern county is a collage of forests, lakes, mountains, and unspoilt vistas. With the least population by far, Fermanagh is the go-to place for a secluded, quiet ceremony in gorgeous surroundings. Despite being the only county that doesn’t border Lough Neagh, nearly a third of the county is covered by rivers and lakes, including Upper and Lower Lough Erne, and the River Erne. In the middle of these two lakes lies Enniskillen; the largest town in the county and one of the best places to live in the UK by the London Times, it’s history and spectacular views will blow you away. Fermanagh, despite being landlocked, has a maritime climate, with temperatures recorded to go up as high as 29.8° in July (averaging 18.3°). Winters can bite and go down to freezing in January, and rainfall is high throughout the year, though driest in May. Fermanagh can be reached though both the North and the Republic, with the best routes being the Belfast/ Sligo route A4/N16, and the Dublin/Ballyshannon Route N3/A46/A509. Photo by Tim Littler on Unsplash

1 Wedding Venues in Fermanagh meet your criteria

Image of Lough Erne Resort
Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
7 Km from Location

The ideal location for your dream wedding. Nestled between Lower Lough Erne and Castle Hume Lough, the Lough Erne Resort is an idyllic venue for a magical wedding.

  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Parking
Capacity
15-280
Avg Price
£59.00
Fermanagh

Northern Ireland’s most southern county is a collage of forests, lakes, mountains, and unspoilt vistas. With the least population by far, Fermanagh is the go-to place for a secluded, quiet ceremony in gorgeous surroundings. Despite being the only county that doesn’t border Lough Neagh, nearly a third of the county is covered by rivers and lakes, including Upper and Lower Lough Erne, and the River Erne. In the middle of these two lakes lies Enniskillen; the largest town in the county and one of the best places to live in the UK by the London Times, it’s history and spectacular views will blow you away. Fermanagh, despite being landlocked, has a maritime climate, with temperatures recorded to go up as high as 29.8° in July (averaging 18.3°). Winters can bite and go down to freezing in January, and rainfall is high throughout the year, though driest in May. Fermanagh can be reached though both the North and the Republic, with the best routes being the Belfast/ Sligo route A4/N16, and the Dublin/Ballyshannon Route N3/A46/A509. Photo by Tim Littler on Unsplash

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