We also have a Set Menu to cater for larger groups/parties Click here to see our Set Menu.
The Horseshoe and Saddlers group in the heart of Enniskillen is a family run business currently run by Marshall and Norman Coalter. The Coalter family took over the business in 1967.
The newly opened Saddlers Bistro & Wine Bar has seen a throughly modern transformation upstairs which offers the high quality menu that is to be expected from this establishment. You can view the current menu on the Bistro & Wine Bar page.
The award winning Saddlers Restaurant has developed a good solid reputation amongst the local community. You can view the current menu on the Restaurant page.
The Horseshoe Bar would be one of Enniskillen's oldest and most popular public houses. The bar snack menu can be downloaded from the Horseshoe Pub page.
The group developed its outside catering facilities in 1999 and is the only National Trust recognised caterer west of Lisburn. You can view sample menus on the Outside Catering page.
The Horseshoe and Saddlers Group have won several awards recently which can be viewed on the Awards page.
The Horseshoe and Saddlers lies under the most striking feature of Enniskillen's skyline, Lord Cole's monument who founded Enniskillen. You can get directions from the Location page.
Contacting the Horseshoe and Saddlers Group could not be any easier. There are several ways of contacting us and you can also provisionally book a meal in saddlers using the form on the Contact Us page.
Disability Access Statement
The Horseshoe and Saddlers aims to attract a wide range of customers and welcomes all disabled people in society, irrespective of age, physical, intellectual or sensory ability.
In order to achieve this, we constantly review how to improve all forms of access and services and strive to demonstrate best practice in management. Through access audits carried out by disability access consultants, we have developed strategies, which form the basis for future work.
As a service provider, The Horseshoe and Saddlers not only wants to comply with the DDA, but also go further in providing a top quality experience for all our guests. We will endeavour to ensure that disabled people are not treated any less favourably, and that "reasonable adjustments" are made where appropriate and possible through sensitive and creative solutions.
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