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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  • We visited Florence Court on a rainy day but this didn't spoil the day. The grounds alone make a lovely day out but we managed to book onto the house tour which was really informative and with only.....  more »
  • Eve was fantastic as a guide, very knowledgeable and very willing to answer questions informatively! Very disappointed not to get upstairs to see the bedrooms. Covid was cited as the reason but this....  more »
  • Florence court is beautiful. We went for the guided tour of the house which lasted roughly 45 mins and at £3 per person it is definitely worth it. The house is gorgeous and the tour guides are very...  more »
  • Of you're not sure what to do and reading reviews to get an idea? Do not miss this superb national trust property. I personally really loved Florence Court, mainly for the story behind the court but also because of the gardens, a self. Confessd garden loving geek, it was so well stocked with so many varieties of certain species I'd not seen before.. Also the working wood mill is worth a visit
  • Very good tour guide but more direct references to Kenya and the families role in making wealth from Empire and Colonialism is needed. British history requires a more systemic story. The gardens and specifically the walled gardens are beautiful.
  • Such a beautiful place visit .We didn't do the house tour but spent this morning walking with the dogs in the extensive grounds .What a wonderful selection of trees and shrubs displaying their summer mantles in the bright sunshine . We visited the restored walled and the kitchen gardens where National Trust workers supported by a band of volunteers were busy planting out new vegetable seedlings while others were harvesting rhubarb and tiny juicy strawberries . Cant wait to go back next week and follow a different path around so much to see and in quiet spots there are benches to sit and contemplate the beauty of nature or watch the activity of our native red squirrels darting up and down trees
  • Wow what a beautiful experience. Such knowledgeable guides. Stunning mansion . Beautifully restored. Brought all the good emotions and memories.
  • Beautiful spot. Well worth a day out even if you aren't a National Trust member. The grounds are lovely and well kept and the house is stunning.

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