Easkey House was originally owned by The Murray Family. It housed a grocery shop, a Butchers shop, a Hardware store and a Public House. There was a stairwell at the side where Arthur Griffith (an Irish Nationalist) spoke.
In 1996 the building was renovated by Easkey Community Council. It was officially opened by the then president Mary Robinson.It now houses a Fáilte Ireland Tourist information Centre, Pudding Row Restaurant, a Bike Rental shop and the office of Easkey Community Council CLG
Easkey Tourist Information Centre – Easkey House