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Enniskeen Country House Hotel, 98 Bryansford road, Tollymore, Newcastle, BT33 0LF

Enniskeen Country House Hotel

 

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Newcastle, County Down, Mourne Mountains

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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 Northern Ireland's highest mountain Slieve Donard and the Irish 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...

Enjoy our new 'Mourne Foods Cycle Trail', in association with local food producers to showcase the wonderful artisan food in this area of Northern Ireland. With the Mourne Mountains as its backdrop, the 'Mourne Foods Cycle Trail' pairs up gentle cycling, stunning scenery and simply delicious food! (Please note you don't have to stay in the hotel to partake of the tour).

Treat yourself to the hotel's signature Mourne Honey Afternoon Tea and enjoy delicious meals made from fresh local produce, fine wines and an attentive personal service.

Accommodation comprises of 12 tastefully 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...

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