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Rated 8.5 by GoIreland customers (22 ratings)
Enniskeen Country House hotel; a mountainside hideaway, this family-run hotel rests in the lush Shimna Valley just outside Newcastle Co Down; Explore the hotels stunning 12 acre estate and winding woodland trail down to the Shimna river; And enjoy the striking views over the Mourne Mountains and Sea.
Warm smiles welcome you, wildlife roam the gardens outside, and cosy open fires crackle as you relax in peace and quiet, savour the house’s ‘Old World Charm’ and let the World go by…
Treat yourself to delicious meals made from fresh local produce, fine wines and attentive personal service.
Accommodation comprises of 12 tastefully furnished rooms many with superb Mourne Mountain views. Drift off to sleep knowing the only sound likely to awaken you is that of morning birdsong…
Enniskeen Country House hotel has strong ties with the industrial revolution of Northern Ireland – the house was built c. 1890 by leading tobacco and shipping rope manufacturer Robert Murray as a private residence.
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Newcastle County Down is 30 miles South of Belfast on the A24 and approx. 90 miles North of Dublin.
The Enniskeen Hotel is one mile outside Newcastle on the B180 Bryansford Road near Tollymore Forest Park.
The nearest railway station is in Newry (approx. 23 miles away)
Belfast International Airport -48 miles
George Best City Airport -33 miles
Belfast Ferry Terminal -34 miles.
Just one mile away you will find the world famous Royal County Down Golf Course and there is ample opportunity for relaxing walks in the Tollymore Forest Park and along the miles of unspoiled beach.Fishing, Pony Trekking and Sailing are other popular local pursuits.If all that sounds too much you can just choose to take it easy and relax around the hotel and enjoy its quiet , relaxing, friendly atmosphere.
All rooms are light, bright and airy, some have spectacular garden views.
Anonymous from Dublin
Stayed 10-2012Solo traveller
A beautiful setting on arrival not clear where to park lots of space to do so but no suggestionas to where exactly within that big space young man on reception was polite but did not welcome me but got on with checking me in and kindly offered to bring my bags up to room. amazing views from my room unable to maintain an open window without feeling it may fall down lovely old fashioned windows. Very strong yellow lights outside windows as I wished to leave curtains open so I could enjoy the view as I awakened next am Staff very helpful and accomodating re early morning call and a super breakfast. Hotel very clean and the room very comfotable lovely peaceful and old fashioned vibe I will be back
Anonymous from Stockbridge
Stayed 09-2012A few friends
It was a beautiful building in a beautiful setting with grand views of both the mountains and the sea. The people were very friendly and efficient and the food was delicious. I would definitely stay here again and probably for longer.
Anne from Dundalk
Stayed 08-2012Family with kids
We had a wonderful two days at the Enniskeen House Hotel. The staff couldn't do enough for us, the food was good and the rooms were very comfortable with great views. I would certainly stay there again.
The oak panelled dining room and reception area extend a warm welcome. While the cosy bar and popular restaurant offer wide choices of cuisine and beverages with friendly and efficient service.
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