Newtownbutler

Newtownbutler is a well-established village in the southeast corner of the County, close to the border with Monaghan and the town of Clones. The village is very rural in character and surrounded by small lakes and bogland. Whilst this proves to be a fisherman’s paradise, it was, famously, the undoing of some of the Jacobite forces in 1689. A Williamite force of less than 1000 Enniskillen troops captured and killed 3000 of James II’s troops here after they had got lost in the anonymous and unmarked bog.

In more recent times, the main danger posed by the area is that of back strain from landing so many fish in one day! As well as the multitude of small local waters, Lough Erne can be accessed from just outside the village.

Pubs & Restaurants, Newtownbutler

Lanesborough Arms Hotel – 6 High Street, Newtownbutler – 028 67738488
Mulligan’s Railway Bar – 19 Main Street, Aghagay, Newtownbutler – 028 6773 8737
Hookies & Melarkeys Bar – Main Street, Aghagay, Newtownbutler – 028 6773 8330
The Lucky House – Main Street, Aghagay, Newtownbutler – 028 6773 7977
Franco Take Away – Main Street, Aghagay, Newtownbutler – 028 6773 7991

Taxis, Newtownbutler

V R Taxis – 301 Moorlough Rd, Aghagay, Newtownbutler – 028 6773 8999
Care Cabs – 44 Head Street, Enniskillen – 028 6634 2999
Flexi Cabs – 3 Castle St, Enniskillen – 028 6632 4848
Kozie Kabs – 2 Castle St, Enniskillen – 028 6632 6232
Speedy Cabs – 10 Ross Close, Enniskillen – 028 6632 7327
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