National Trust - Florence Court, Enniskillen

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Florencecourt is a small village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. In the 2001 Census it had a population (with Drumlaghy) of 135 people. It is situated within Fermanagh and Omagh district. Historically the area was called "Mullanashangan" (from Irish Mullach na Seangán 'summit of the ants').
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  • Really enjoyable day out. Definitely ideal for a walk with the dogs as plenty of nice walks around Florence Court. The laundry rooms etc where very interesting too. Enjoyed my cake and coffee... 
    Really enjoyable day out. Definitely ideal for a walk with the dogs as plenty of nice walks around Florence Court. The laundry rooms etc where very interesting too. Enjoyed my cake and coffee...  more »
  • yes if at all possible go spend the day in Florence court. there is so much to see and do. the walled garden is so beautiful and flowers apple trees veg The gardeners are also helpful and... 
    yes if at all possible go spend the day in Florence court. there is so much to see and do. the walled garden is so beautiful and flowers apple trees veg The gardeners are also helpful and...  more »
  • Really enjoyed the walk around this place. The tea rooms were fabulous with yummy homemade cakes- worth the entrance price alone!! 
    Really enjoyed the walk around this place. The tea rooms were fabulous with yummy homemade cakes- worth the entrance price alone!!  more »
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  • A truly stunning location. The house is breathtaking, stunning architecture coupled with a slice of history. Julie our guide was engaging and brought the history to life, the house tour is well worth taking just to walk into the kitchen alone, you can picture the hustle and bustle. Beautiful lunch in the cafe and then we walked through the grounds and gardens, loved the kitchen garden and its honesty box...almost brought home an oak tree. This is a wonderful place to spend the day, hats off National Trust youre doing this brilliantly, you even have the perfect bins for this space dotted about, so unobtrusive, lovely touch.
  • visit 26/10/2021: parking close to visitor reception, only gift shop of sorts plus able to book on house tour from here. Then walk to the walled garden area, where team have a cart with items for sale with an honesty box (bring change with you). Then off up to team room at the house prior to the tour and ordered hot choc with the usual toppings & a lady Anne sourdough toastie. Then up to the colonels room for the house tour (leave buggy/pram under stairs in tea room) led by fantastic volunteer Eve, who offered a baby carrier for granddaughter 🤩👍🏽 the tour was excellent and as National Trust family members great value at free! Then finish off with the blue walk (approx 5k) which is pretty buggy/pram friendly and lots of families taking advantage. Highly recommended ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
  • I took out membership with the national trust because my husband is severely immunocompromised and a holiday abroad is out of the question. It was such a well worth purchase. With places like the beautiful Florence Court to visit, even just that one place, I feel like we really got our money's worth!! We had booked a weekend at a cottage in Eniskillen and visited Florence Court on a Friday. It wasn't too busy and the staff were super organised and very helpful. We were able to book a mobility scooter via email for my husband which meant I could wander the beautiful grounds until my heart was content. But what I really wanted to see was the kitchen and walled garden. It did not disappoint. There is some restoration work going on but it doesn't obstruct anything and is actually very interesting. There's some produce from the garden you can buy with an honest box arrangement. They even had beech trees and blackcurrant bushes for sale. We also stopped for a cup of coffee at the tea Room in the stables. The facilities are all in good order and just what you would expect from the National Trust. On our visit we didn't explore the house, however, I have to say, had I been buying a ticket instead of using my membership I still think it is well worth the price. It's a whole day out with plenty of room to run off lots of energy but it's equally equipped for those less mobile. It's well signposted so not too difficult to find. There are plenty of picnic tables dotted about the place if you fancy a bit of alfresco!
  • Beautiful location.. some stunning walks.. didn't get the to do the house tour.. some signs a little misleading but if not in a rush it's all good
  • Florence Court is a lovely estate, oozing with charm and intrigue. Anne was our guide and she was knowledgeable about the house and quite entertaining. On a look in the courtyard, we spoke to another NT employee who told us such more about the laundry room and the yard. She was so enthusiastic and her love of Florence Court came through when she spoke. We visited the book shop too which has a small selection of books. A good afternoon out.

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