Houses » Enniscoe House
Luxury Country House accomodation in historic setting on the shores of lough Conn with flyfishing for brown trout and salmon fishing on the Moy
Set in woods and parkland on the shores of Lough Conn Enniscoe has been described as the last Great House of North Mayo. The estate has been in the family since the 1660s and the elegant classical house dates from late Georgian times.
The current generations, Susan Kellett and her son Dj enjoy welcoming guests to share the house and grounds. The interior has splendid reception rooms and fine bedrooms, some with stunning views over the park and lake. The family portraits, antique furniture, good food and wine all contribute to the pleasant and relaxed
Outside are pastures, shrubberies, woodland and lakeside walks. There is a carefully resorted Victorian walled garden and an organic vegetable garden.
There are three golf courses within easy reach, and riding stables in the area, Enniscoe is a good centre for exploring north Mayo, Achill to the south and Sligo to the north.
Opening dates: 1st April to 31st October.
One of the great western lakes Lough Conn is home to the indigenous brown trout. The lake is part of the river Moy catchment area and is further enhanced by the annual run of salmon and grilse.
Angling from Enniscoe House has a tradition stretching back some 300 years. Continuing that tradition Cloonamoyne Fishery has a secure lodge and harbour with boats on the Enniscoe shore.
Enniscoe ghillies will cater for the experienced and the novice, either on the lake or on nearby waters, including local spate rivers and streams.
The fishery manager can supply appropriate tackle and clothing, arrange relevant licences and provide transport if required.