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Blessingbourne Estate

Blessingbourne Estate is Northern Ireland's premier Mountain Biking venue. There are a selection of trails for all levels of expertise. Opening Times: May - August 10am - 10pm, September - April 10am - 5pm.

If Mountain Biking isn't your thing, why not take a guided walk around the exterior of this Victorian Manor House, learning about its past and admiring its impressive architecture. There is also a carriage & costume museum, manacured gardens, woodland walks, animal farm and lots of family fun activities.

There is a car parking charge of around £5 per day (use 5x £1 coins)

Bike Hire: £12pp (Half Day - Booking essential)

Map & Location

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Local Attractions

Castle Coole

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Enniskillen Castle

13.4 miles / 21.57 km

Enniskillen Castle was built in the 16th century and is now home to the Fermanagh County Museum. Read More.

 

Devenish Island

13.7 miles / 22.05 km

Take a ferry to Devenish Island and visit the ruins of a monastic site which dates back to the 6th century. Read More.