Florence Court, named after the wife of Sir John Cole, was first built in the early 18th century. In that period, wings and pavilions were added. However, in 1955, the main building was virtually destroyed by fire. Today the house is owned and has been restored by the National Trust. It boasts beautiful architecture and is available for visitors to see if they decide to take a tour.
Florence Court is known for its serene gardens and is surrounded by a landscape of mountains and forests. This makes the grounds ideal for peaceful, satisfying walks.
Other features you must see are the beautiful walled gardens and the famous Yew tree, which is known to be the parent of all Irish yew trees. Other features include the thatched summer house, sawmill, and ice house.
While you are in Florence Court it is also worth checking out Marble Arch Caves, Crom Estate and Castle Coole.
|Child (Under 16)||£3|
|Family (Two Adults and two children)||£15|
|Group (Minimum of 15 people)|
|£10 for group if outside normal hours|
|House, garden, Park, Shop, Tea-room|
|Checkfor opening times|