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July 2023 – Newsletter


We are opening on 1st April 2022.


At long last it seems possible to look forward to a new season  with reasonable confidence that the house will remain open to the end of October. Once again we look forward to offering dinner, bed and breakfast, and welcoming back old friends, and new ones, to Enniscoe House.


Staying at Enniscoe House

Make your booking through our website or directly with us at  You may wish to take a break for yourselves and enjoy the house, gardens, and woodlands. Alternatively, Enniscoe House may be booked for a private house party to celebrate that special occasion such as a birthday, wedding anniversary or just a family get-together.



There are two self-catering houses situated in the courtyard of Enniscoe House, both are adjacent to the ornamental garden and have direct access to the woodlands. The houses are conversions of the old stable buildings  and are furnished in a simple farm house style. To make a booking please email us directly on


The Gardens

The Ornamental Garden was restored some years ago under the Great Gardens of Ireland Restoration Programme. This is a restoration of the Victorian garden worked on by three generations of the family. It is open to the public from April to October.                                                     Through the archway is the Enniscoe Organic fruit and vegetable garden. Buy your vegetables for a self-catering dinner or book a table in the dining room of the main house to enjoy the best of local produce.


There are nine beehives dotted through the woodlands producing Enniscoe Honey.  Try it on your breakfast toast or buy a jar to take home with you.


Trace your Mayo roots at the North Mayo Heritage Centre, book a day’s trout fishing on Lough Conn, go walking in Wild Nephin National Park, see the cliffs at Downpatrick Head, just some of the many activities around the Enniscoe Estate and North Mayo.


We look forward to welcoming you this year.


Susan, DJ and Colette, and Fearne.



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