Enniskillen Campus accommodation
Enniskillen Campus has accommodation for 80 students in single study bedrooms and bungalows. Students are welcome to use the gym as well as the dressage and two racing simulators on site.
Watch this video to give you an insight into the accommodation available at Enniskillen Campus.
Halls of Residence
The Halls of Residence is primarily for students aged under 18 and has 30 bedrooms, two of which are twin rooms. Bedrooms comprise of a bed, wardrobe, shelving, desk, chair and all rooms have private vanity units including a sink and mirror. Bathroom and showering facilities are shared. Tea and coffee making facilities are available on the ground floor for shared use.
A number of self-catering three, four and five bedroom bungalows are located on the grounds of the campus and offer students the convenience and security of living on site with the independence of living in a private bungalow while sharing with others.
Student Recreation Room
The recreation room is available for all students to use and includes pool tables, air hockey and table tennis. Students are welcome to use the indoor gym or the new outdoor gym.
The contract catering team at Enniskillen offers a wide range of food options available to students, staff and visitors in our Belmore Restaurant. Offering breakfast, lunch and evening meals along with snacks throughout the day. The Catering Team can accommodate a variety of diets and food allergies so if you have a specific need please speak to a member of the team and they will be pleased to assist.
The Belmore Restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and evening meals along with snacks throughout the day. Serving light breakfasts at the start of the day and by 10am offering freshly cooked breakfasts, scones and croissants etc. The lunch service offers soup, main course choices (including a vegetarian option), salad bar, meal deal, jacket potatoes and pasta and desserts. Our evening meals are also served in the main dining room and offer a choice main courses, vegetarian option, salad bar and dessert.
Residential Support Team
Students living in onsite accommodation will have the support of the Residential Support Team who offer advice and help in settling into campus life. Evening activities can be arranged through the Student Council or the Residential Support Team. Evening trips are organised throughout the academic year and may include visits to livestock marts, shopping trips, cinema, bowling, go-karting and outings to the local leisure centre. The Residential Support Team will run evening workshops to help you develop your skills in independent living and improve your health and well being.
Facilities/Student Services Manager
Tel: 028 6634 4832
If you choose to live in CAFRE accommodation on one of our campuses, here is some useful information you will need to know before you arrive, once you are a resident and when you are moving out.