Tourism Minister Arlene Foster has congratulated Florence Court House on achieving a four-star rating under the Northern Ireland Tourist Board’s (NITB) Visitor Attraction Quality Grading Scheme.
Welcoming over 40,000 visitors each year, the 18th century National Trust property is one of Northern Ireland’s best known stately homes.
“This four star status is well-deserved recognition of the high level of visitor experience and customer service enjoyed by visitors to Florence Court, with both the house and estate providing a wide range of unique and memorable experiences,” she said.”
As one of the county’s best-known tourist attractions, Mrs Foster said it was particularly pleasing that the quality and merits of Florence Court have been recognised by the NITB.
“I applaud the staff and volunteers at Florence Court for their ongoing dedication to providing the best possible experience for visitors.
“By encouraging repeat visitors and enhancing Fermanagh’s reputation as a tourism destination, they continue to help boost the tourism revenue which makes a significant contribution to the local economy.”