village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Lisnaskea is a small village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, midway between Enniskillen and the border with the Republic of Ireland at Derryheelan. There lies the exclave of Roranna, with a river to jump across to connect it to the rest of the Republic but no road except via Northern Ireland. In the late 20th century that made it bandit country, but that's all been swept away by the open border of the Good Friday Agreement between UK and ROI. So this village is one of many that depends upon the continuance of that accord.

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11 miles south east of Enniskillen via A4/A34

Enniskillen - Clones, County Monaghan bus number 95

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  • 1 Crom, Upper Lough Erne, Newtownbutler, BT92 8AP, +44 28 6773-8118, . There are extensive grounds (including an island) to visit though most of the main house is still a private residence. There are also holiday cottages to rent. During summer months there is a very interesting exhibition on the estate's natural importance and history of the estate in the visitor centre as well as a very quaint café/tea room serving afternoon teas.    
  • 2 Castle Balfour. ruins    

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