Irvinestown is a town in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. In 2008 it had an estimated population of 2,081 people. The most notable building is the ruined 18th-century church. It is situated within Fermanagh and Omagh district.
Things to do in Irvinestown
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Set in the heart of the Fermanagh lakeland, Mahon's Hotel is a modern family-run venue with a convivial charm, located in the town of Irvinestown. The restaurant's laid-back lounge and dining area attracts a mixed crowd of hotel guests and locals, serving a straightforward menu of international favourites in comfortable and welcoming surroundings. The well-stocked bar also offers regular live traditional music, with major sporting events shown on the big screens.
Third year in a row to visit Mahon's Hotel for New Year and never disappointed. Beautiful food, friendly and helpful staff and comfortable and clean rooms. Had a great family break again. Thank you to all the staff.
4.5 based on 743 reviews
Wandering in at 2.45 for lunch we would have of course forgiven the staff if they told us to get lost! But no, a very pleasant young lady said 'No problem' (even tho the kitchen was closing at 3pm) . The specials were mouth watering and confirmed by having one: Whiskey cured salmon fillet, with mash & dill sauce. (see photo) . It was delicious and the best lunch I've had out in absolute ages... Thank you Cafe Merlot, once again! A great cosy and 'characterful' place to eat and we could have sat on a lot longer but wanted to let the staff get on with their duties. Another pleasant young lady at the Till. Until the next time, Cafe Merlot! Thank you very much.
4.5 based on 385 reviews
Beautiful Greek food, and intimate surroundings will feed your soul and whisk you away to foreign shores, if only for a few hours.
Stopped in Enniskillen on way to local resort hotel. We thought- why not greek.
A super little restaurant. They were busy but we got table for two straight away.
Classic greek food, served promptly. Just needs some greek Sunshine to complete!
Will be back and will recommend to friends!
4.5 based on 81 reviews
The Catalina Restaurant awarded two AA Rosettes for culinary excellence, Seating 75 persons, offers a relaxing fine dining experience. This light and spacious room with vaulted ceilings and arched windows, provides diners with spectacular panoramic views of Castle Hume Lough.
Had dinner here Sunday evening. Dylan was the friendliest most efficient young man, very well mannered,polite and very attentive without being intrusive. He explained the dishes exceptionally well. There was another young girl called Lou, also very friendly.
The food was exceptional, well presented and amazing flavours and skilled cooking.
It was our anniversary so it was a lovely touch when we were presented with chocolates on a plate with happy anniversary written in chocolate on the plate. Very nice.
4.5 based on 505 reviews
A traditional Irish Pub and a City style Bistro, Wine Bar & Restaurant, serving the best of local produce from 10am to 11pm 7 days a week. Family owned and managed since 1967. A warm welcome awaits you.
Nine of us visited here for a meal and found it to have pleasant surroundings, the service was good and the menu extensive. The food was good and everyone seemed to enjoy their meals. The bill was quite substantial but did include a few drinks and I would not rule out a return visit.
4 based on 61 reviews
Once again on a visit to Northern Ireland we stayed with friends in the beautiful village of Ballinamallard. We decided to once again visit the Encore Steak House to check if our previous visit was a once off or if the food being supplied was still excellent. We were not disappointed . The variety, Quality ,Ambience and courtesy shown by the management and staff means that we will definitely return when next in the vicinity .
4.5 based on 372 reviews
Food was lovely, but I wish there was a proper menu rather than stand Reading a cluttered blackboard with 4 or 5 pairs of eyes staring. No WiFi either. It was suggested I sit nearer the window and try and pick up the public service. I just ate up and left. Can’t take away from how good the food was though.
4.5 based on 41 reviews
Very limited Internet access in the bedrooms. None at all actually.
They had a radio channel on in the restaurant. The need to put a cd on. It doesn't give any nice atmosphere listening to a talk show....
Please see my other review on the other Glendarragh Valley page on TripAdvisor.
Fire safety? See pictures below of obstruction to fire door.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Molly’s Bar & Parlour Restaurant is located in the heart of Irvinestown. Whilst the exterior of Molly’s Bar & Parlour Restaurant is quite modern and inviting, upon entering you are immediately struck by its’ olde-world charm which is authentically created by the low ceiling beams, wooden floors and traditional fireplace. Hearty pub food, late opening hours, live music, an excellent restaurant for a congenial evening, with something to offer for everyone!
We came to Irvinestown for a family trip and ate here every night, we were here Friday-through-to-Sunday night.
Friday night there was 9 of us, nice big table and the food/service was so good that we came back the next night only this time with more people. Saturday night, 12 of us, the same area of the Restaurant but split over two tables.
The food both nights was that good and the local friendly feel meant, that on Sunday when the other people in the group went for a late-lunch-come-early-tea out of town and us four didn't want to eat at that time. There was only one place to wander into town for... Molly's... again!
The service was so nice too, I mean, effortlessly kind. We got friendly with what seemed the Manager/Landlord (who was hilarious) and this lovely young girl who supports LFC (Like me).
I'd recommend....... oh actually, forgot to mention, we popped in for a Coffee on Sunday too, a few hours before we ate. But seriously, we wouldn't come back every night if we really didn't want to.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
Havent been for bout 5yrs. Called in on Wednesday 13th September. Was quite empty. However we ordered our food. Breaded mushrooms with garlic mayonnaise and a side salad. A beautiful plate of food. We felt the need for a traditional dinner so opted for the Roast Turkey ham and stuffing, set on a bed of mash (u dont have to have to take the mash) roast potatoes, cabbage and carrot and parsnip mash. Lovely waitress brought it to us and said will bring chips as included. We declined as could not have eaten any more! Actually brought an extra gravy float without asking. Hubby was delighted. O my this food was absolutely gorgeous. When u order roast beef or Turkey and ham it is usually a bit bland. Not in the Hunting Lodge! Cant wait to go back when next down at caravan. 100%
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