Fine 18th-century house and estate
Florence Court is a splendid example of an 18th-century Irish country house and estate, enjoying a spectacular setting amongst the mountains and forests of west Fermanagh. It was built in a lively classical style and embellished with superb rococo plasterwork. The recent return of many Enniskillen family belongings to the mansion has rekindled its warm and gentle atmosphere. The house tour includes the exquisite decoration, Irish furniture and service quarters. There are extensive walks in the grounds, a sawmill, holiday cottage and walled garden. Florence Court is a popular attraction for all ages
Name and credits for images of Florence Court
Description of image - An oblique view of the East Front of Florence Court, a mansion built c.1750 for the 1st Lord Mount Florence. The colonnades were added in 1771.
Credit for photograph: ©NTPL/Matthew Antrobus
Copyright: ©NTPL/Matthew Antrobus
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