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Enniscoe House - Courtyard Houses

Mews / Stable House

Castlehill
Crossmolina
Ballina
Co Mayo

No. of houses or units: 3

No. of bedrooms: 2 / 3

No. sleeps: 4 / 5 / 6

No. of bathrooms: 1 / 2 / 3


Contact Enniscoe House - Courtyard Houses
Tel: +353 96 31112

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Enniscoe House - Courtyard Houses

In parkland and mature woods on the shores of Lough Conn, Enniscoe House was built by ancestors of the present owner, Susan Kellett, who settled here in the 1660s, and is a very special place for anglers and other visitors with a natural empathy for the untamed wildness of the area.

The house is surrounded by beautiful woodlands, with a network of paths, and there are restored walled gardens (both ornamental and productive one is run commercially as an organic market garden), which are open to the public and have tea-rooms and a shop.

There is brown trout fishing on Lough Conn and other trout and salmon fishing nearby; boats, ghillies, tuition and hire of equipment can be arranged.


HORSE HOUSE ONE is a three bedroom apartment situated in the courtyard behind Enniscoe House. This is a new conversion of part of the old stable buildings.

Down stairs: Entrance Hall

Sitting room, with open fireplace. There are double doors opening onto the garden and woodland area behind the courtyard. There is a small paved area and paths leading through the woods to the lake.

Kitchen: opens off the sitting room. It is well equipped, with an electric cooker, fridge and dish washer.

Bedroom with double bed, en suite toilet and shower room. Suitable for use by a disabled person. All doors downstairs are wide enough for wheelchair access.

Upstairs: large landing that can be used as a second sitting area. 2 large bedrooms, each with en suite bathroom, and a double and a single bed. One room has a dormer window, with view over the woodland and garden. The other has a roof light window.

Heating is by storage and convector heaters. The apartment is furnished in a simple farm house style, but it is comfortable and attractive, great character is given to the building by the retention of the old ventilators, which have been glazed, and provide extra light here and there. Television (RTE1 & RTE2 only)



HORSE HOUSE TWO is a three bedroom apartment situated in the courtyard behind Enniscoe House. This is a new conversion of part of the old stable buildings.

Downstairs: Entrance Hall.
Large sitting room, open fireplace. There are double doors opening onto the garden and woodlands area behind the Courtyard. There is a small paved area outside and paths leading through the woods to the lake.

Kitchen: leads off the sitting room. It is well equipped with an electric cooker, fridge and dishwasher.
Dining room also opens off the kitchen. Could also be used as a second sitting room, study, or TV room. There is a toilet and wash hand basin located under the stairs that opens into this room.

Upstairs - Main bedroom has en suite bathroom and a dormer window with views over the woodland and garden, with a Double bed.
Bedroom 2 has a double bed and a single bed. There is a skylight window, and also a small window overlooking the Courtyard. Bedroom 3 has a single bed, and a skylight window. These 2 bedrooms share the second bathroom.

Heating is by storage and convector heaters. The apartment is furnished in a simple farm house style, but it is comfortable and attractive, great character is given to the building by the retention of the old ventilators, which have been glazed, and provide extra light here and there. Television (RTE 1 & RTE2 only)



THE POTTING SHED is a two-bedroom apartment overlooking the old walled garden. This is a new conversion of an old building situated in the Courtyard behind Enniscoe House.

Down stairs: Entrance hall, living room with kitchen alcove. The living room has an open fireplace. The kitchen area is well equipped with an electric cooker, fridge, and dishwasher.

Upstairs: two bedrooms, one bathroom. Bedroom 1 has a double bed and a dormer window with a view over the walled garden. Bedroom 2 has two single beds, view over courtyard. The full bathroom has a shower fitted over the bath.

The apartment is furnished in a simple farm house style, but it is comfortable and attractive. Telephone and television (RTE1 & RTE2). Heating is by storage and convector heaters. Water heating by immersion (electric).


All Houses:

Sheets and towels supplied.
Turf and logs for open fire supplied.
Telephone costs printed out.
Lettings: usually Saturday 2 pm to Saturday 11 am, but enquire if other days/times would be more convenient.
The laundry room, with washing machine and drier, is located in the next courtyard. There is also a laundry service in Crossmolina if you prefer to drop off laundry and have it done for you.

Enniscoe House is approved by the Irish Tourist Board as a Specialist Historic House, providing accommodation and meals. If you wish to reserve a table for dinner please let them know by 10 am


Information on Location

Nearest Town: Crossmolina
Distance (km): 3
Time Away: 10 mins

Nearest Airport: Ireland West Knock
Distance (km): 80
Time Away: 1 hr

Nearest International Ferry Port: Dublin
Time Away: 3.5 hrs

Nearest Station: Ballina
Distance (km): 16
Time Away: 20 mins

Dublin

Time Away: 3.5 hrs

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3km (2 m) south of Crossmolina on R315.

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