Enniscoe House

Enniscoe House is listed as a heritage house and has passed to Susan Kellett by inheritance. Its elegant plasterwork and elliptical staircase are renowned. Family portraits, antique furniture, good food and wine, all contribute to the pleasant, relaxed atmsophere.

The house is on the shores of Lough Conn, with attractive views of the lake across the parkland. The old walled garden is being restored and another garden produces organically grown vegetables. Outbuildings contain a small agricultural museum and a genealogy centre that researches names and families of Mayo origin. The fishery manager can make all arrangements for trout and salmon fishing in the area; tuition is a speciality. Three golf courses and riding stables are within easy reach. The house is a good base for touring Mayo and Sligo.

Susan Kellet
Enniscoe House, Castlehill (near Crossmolina), Ballina, Co Mayo
Phone: (+353) 096 31112 Fax: (+353) 096 31773
info@enniscoe.com
www.enniscoe.com

  • Six rooms, all with private bathrooms
  • B&B: 80 - 98 pps
  • Single supplement: 20
  • Dinner: 40, book by 4.00pm
  • Children under 12 years, 50% reduction
  • Children under 2 years sharing, free
  • Open: 1 April to 31 October
  • Credit Cards: Visa, Mastercard

Directions:
4.5km south of Crossmolina on the road to Pontoon & Castlebar and 20km from Ballina.

 

 
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