Best Murder Mystery venue in Northern Ireland?

Fermanagh is a very special county in Northern Ireland, which was deemed the happiest place to live in the UK by the Office for National Statistics last year.

If you ever have the pleasure of staying here, you should seek out Rossahilly House and Barn, one of the most exclusive wedding venues Northern Ireland can offer.

This luxury venue, set by the shores of Lower Lough Erne, also has other uses from private parties, conferences and as a rather special Murder Mystery party location.


Rossahilly House was built in the Gatsby era and offers a spectacular setting for a themed dinner and an evening of sophisticated enjoyment. The owners have secured the services of highly trained actors with authentic costumes providing professional themed entertainment, who act out and unravel the evening`s murder based on a theme of your choice.

The themes are murder mystery, medieval mystery or a James Bond style thriller. Live action played out in a superb location.

The history of the house sees a great opportunity to dress up in theme, be it Great Gatsby, Downton Abbey or even Titanic. The marvellous Beckett Room has original panelled floors, oak table and chairs and a stunning fireplace carved by George Greenaway, who had previously carved the fireplaces for the RMS Titanic and other White Star liners at Belfast’s Harland & Wolff shipyards.

Some of the fabulous story lines include ‘Diamond Eye’, ‘Death of a Diva’ and ‘Murder in the Music Library’.

When you throw in the option of Rossahilly House`s fine dining service along with the superior accommodation in a very private setting, you really are looking at the very best Murder Mystery venue in Northern Ireland.

Costs start from £300 (excluding accommodation) for three actors/characters and lasts for approximately two to three hours, for parties of between 15 to 200 people. Find out more HERE.

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