The village is built around the Church, which stands high at its centre and dates from the 18th Century. This creates a pleasing vista and gives an insight into the power of the Church in society, but it also creates several steep hills – keeping the locals fit! The village has a population over 1000 and is a busy intersection. The steep, tight main street houses a variety of local shops and bars as well as the immaculate Parish Centre.

Just outside the village is Carrybridge, a Marina on Upper Lough Erne. Carrybridge is beautiful and worth a visit just to see, even if there is no intention of taking a cruise.

Pubs & Restaurants, Lisbellaw