Warm smiles welcome you and cosy open fires crackle as you relax in peace and quiet during the cooler months, while you can savour the Enniskeen's 'old world charm' as you let the world go by from the terrace in the summer months.
Treat yourself to the Enniskeen's signature Mourne Honey Afternoon Tea, enjoy delicious meals made from fresh local produce and fine wines, all served with an attentive personal service.
Accommodation comprises of 12 traditionally furnished rooms, many with striking mountain and sea views; views that were an inspiration to C.S. Lewis when he wrote the 'Chronicles of Narnia'. Drift off to sleep knowing the only sound likely to awaken you is that of morning birdsong.
Enniskeen Country House Hotel is just 45 minutes from Belfast and 1 hour 30 minutes from Dublin. Conveniently located on the outskirts of Newcastle, Co. Down you are a stone's throw from the Royal County Down Golf Club, Mourne Foods & Films Cycle Tour, Tollymore Forest Park, and Murlough Blue Flag Beach & Sand Dunes. Other local visitor attractions include the Silent Valley Reservoir in the heart of the Mountains of Mourne, the St Patrick Centre, Downpatrick, and the stunning Castle Ward Estate on Strangford Lough.
Enniskeen Country House Hotel has strong ties with the industrial revolution of Belfast and Northern Ireland - it was originally built as a private residence by leading tobacco and shipping rope manufacturer Robert Murray in the 1890s.