The parish of Killesher, which includes the village of Florencecourt, is an area boasting remarkable landscapes which can be considered not only scenically beautiful, but also scientifically important and historically significant. Yet the landscape is a living one where people live and work in a ‘pristine’ environment with a perceived ‘wilderness’ factor.
The area is rich in heritage and has a history which spans at least 9,000 years. There are numerous sites of historical interest, which represent the area’s long link with the past.
Scenery, history, heritage, visitor attractions and a ‘pristine environment’, together with a warm welcome, all await you in the Killesher area.
The area contains the only true mountain in Fermanagh (Cuilcagh) at a height of 665m, together with two of Fermanagh’s major tourist attractions, Marble Arch Caves and the National Trust property, Florence Court House. The livery stables allow the horse owner to bring their horse and explore the estate and forest on the many pathways. Bird watchers will also find this a haven with the forest providing a home for a wide variety of birds.
Pubs & Restaurants, Florencecourt
Taxi Service, Florencecourt