Hidden among the woods at the foot of Mount Nephin is Enniscoe House, “the last Great House of North Mayo”. Enter through the white gates, go past the pink gate lodge and follow the long winding avenue through extensive parkland, to arrive at the classical Georgian family home of Susan and DJ Kellett, where stunning views of Lough Conn greet you.
The Enniscoe Estate has been in the family since the 1650’s and the house dates from the 1790’s. Susan and her son Dj are delighted to share their house and grounds with their guests.
Enniscoe is your opportunity to experience life in a heritage house. With its wonderful over-sized entrance doorway drawing you in to a home of elegant reception rooms and fine bedrooms, each with its own unique story, Enniscoe represents the best of Ireland, from the hospitality of its owners, relaxing appeal and excellent food, to its home away from home atmosphere.
Great food, freshly prepared and sourced from the richly stocked organic market garden in the grounds of the house are a feature of this experience. Susan and Dj work closely with local suppliers to source additional produce as required, ensuring you have the very best of the season on your dinner plate.
Outside the house are pastures and woodlands with lakeside walks, pleasure grounds and a carefully restored Victorian garden. Visit the Mayo North Heritage Centre to trace your family history or to browse in the museum, go fishing for brown trout on Lough Conn, or just relax and switch off from the outside world.
‘Experience the difference that is Enniscoe. Enjoy the history of our home combined with your modern comforts and discover this beautiful and private corner of county Mayo. Let us share our home with you.’