Crafting a piece of history at Belleek
The Kingfisher Trail continues through the glorious lakelands to Belleek Pottery on the banks of the River Erne. One of the world's oldest operating potters, Belleek was defined by the perfectionism of its founder, John Caldwell Bloomfield, who declared that any piece with even the tiniest flaw should be destroyed. This principle has been strictly adhered to since 1857 with Belleek's reputation famous all over the world. Don't miss the tour here, which will bring you through the history, as well as the process of crafting a piece of Belleek Fine Parian china using traditional methods passed down through the generations.
If you have more time:
At Finn Lough in Fermanagh, the Bubble Domes are much more than a run-of-the-mill bed for the night. With transparent walls between you, the forest, and the star-filled sky, you can tuck yourself into a four-poster bed and simply doze away.