We help fairies relocate into homes and gardens all over the world by producing high quality handmade Irish fairy doors; our aim is to create memorable family moments and a little magic all year round – all YOU need to do is believe!

The Irish Fairy Door Company was specially selected by the Fairy Council to provide handcrafted fairy doors for all locations – be it your home, your garden, the office, school or care centre. Actually made by our carpenter in the workshop of a 200 year old cottage in the heart of Ireland, each fairy door is given a portion of magic so that your new fairy can come and go between our world and Fairyland.

Did you know that there is a centuries old fairy fort just up the hill from where the fairy doors are made? It is a place imbued with magic and we believe that this is where fairies are born and come into our world.

Each fairy is waiting eagerly to find his or her new home. Our doors are sent out all over the world, just bursting with magic and wonder enabling every fairy to find his or her perfect home and family.

Only one question remains… Do You Believe?

 

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NiamhNiamh Sherwin Barry

Niamh is our Chief Story Teller. She is delighted to be able to tell the fairies’ story on a regular basis, letting people know all about our little visitors and helping us all understand them a little better! A very creative person with a passion for all things ‘crafty’, the fairies love her imagination and her love of children and really believe that she can truly help them spread the word.

 

 

 

 

photo gavGavin Lawler

Gavin is our Fairy Allocations Manager. With lots of experience and a proven track record in direct sales, the fairies believe him to be the main man when it comes to finding them new homes. He understands and appreciates that each fairy deserves a loving home and is prepared to do whatever it takes to ensure that this happens.

 

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The whole team at The Irish Fairy Door Company all take their jobs very seriously and always love to hear when each fairy finds their new home. A lot of work goes on in the background to ensure that this happens!

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