Ennjoy – A Beautiful Shop in Enniscrone, Sligo

There is the most amazing shop in Enniscrone, Co. Sligo. It opened in April and I only got to visit today, but I wish I’d gone sooner because there are so many fantastic gift ideas there.

Ennjoy is an oasis of calm, in the busy seaside village of Enniscrone. When I walked past the colourful plants outside (including lemon trees) and through the bright blue doors, I felt myself completely relax. Sara, the owner, has created something very special.

From candles and soaps, to quirky mugs, locally made arts and crafts, there really is something for everyone.

I love the attention to detail, the counter featuring shells, Fleetwood Mac playing on the record player in the corner, it’s all just so lovely.

Sara moved from Chicago last year with her family, she said she was drawn to the ocean and opening the shop has not only been great for her to get to know people, it’s also given her an opportunity to support local artists and creators and give them a place to sell their products.

“My passion is well-curated finds for your home, your loved one, and your life — and that’s what I’ve built here. I moved to Ireland last year with my Irishman husband and three amazing daughters. We’re so excited to be a part of this community and for this next chapter in our lives — and to share it all with you at EnnJoy! I make every effort to feature local artists and products I would use in my own home or give as a gift.”

Sara – Ennjoy

I heard of the shop through Karen from Soak, who has her award-winning products stocked there, and I’d really encourage you to pay a visit, you won’t be disappointed, I bought a couple of Halloween things for Lucy and a cute cactus too.

You can find Ennjoy on Facebook and Instagram.

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