The old post office at Cloverhill has been converted into a restaurant, public house and B&B, now aptly entitled ‘The Olde Post Inn’. The restaurant has won many awards and is now regarded as one of the top restaurants in the country.
Nearby Castle Saunderson has been an striking feature on the local landscape since the 17th Century, although the present castle dates from around 1840. The large grounds contain a lake and woodland areas of beech, pine and sitka spruce.
A visitor can spend a pleasant afternoon exploring the grounds. One lovely feature of the demesne is a small gothic church and private graveyard with carved headstones commemorating the various generations of the Saunderson family.
The nearby Shannon-Erne Waterway offers over 62 Kilometers of rivers, lakes and stillwater canals that make up Europe’s longest inland waterway. Surrounding Cloverhill there are many signposted scenic routes and nature trails in beautiful woodlands and across the chain of Drumlins for hikers/walkers.