Autumn at Castle Coole
Autumn at Castle Coole is a very special time of year - trees are turning golden brown as you enjoy the crisp fresh air whilst the fallen leaves crunch under your feet
Autumn is a beautiful time of the year to visit Castle Coole as this peaceful wooded landscape park turns into a beautiful setting with its range of warm and golden colours, the perfect invite for a walk with friends and family.
Enjoy the historic estate at Castle Coole this autumn and uncover a tranquil walk along the Beech Trail as you feast your eyes on the range of golden colours on the Beech trees along the way. Don’t forget to stop-off at the 18th century Ice House along the way. Castle Coole Lake Walk Trail is the perfect place to take a pleasant stroll around the calming Lough Coole during autumn. Keep an eye out for the resident wildlife around the lake such as the swans and range of different birds.
Explore the Upstairs Downstairs of this beautiful 18th century mansion
Take a tour of the charming mansion and find out the history of James Wyatt’s masterpiece, marvel at the lavish interior, hear stories of the family that lived here, and explore the extensive world below stairs. Please review the house opening times before visiting.
Enjoy an Autumn cuppa
What could be better after an autumn walk than a hot cuppa, hot lunches, sandwiches and plenty of home baked cakes and scones? You’ll find lots of delicious treats in The Tallow House Tea-room where you can relax and enjoy some of the tasty treats on offer, prepared by our local bakers at Tullymill. Close to Enniskillen but nestled into the quiet estate, the Tallow House is the perfect spot to catch up with a friend after an autumn stroll around the lake and golden woodland. We're happy to accommodate all dietary requirements and normally have something to suit. Group bookings are also catered for upon request. Contact us at Castle Coole for more details.
The Tallow House gift shop is the perfect place to pick-up a range of special gifts including homewares, gardening items, books and National Trust preserves to name but a few. Not to mention the number of items from local Northern Irish crafters, ideal for autumn Christmas preparation.