Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Co. Mayo

Enniscoe House, Ballina, Co. Mayo

Enniscoe House
Castlehill
Ballina
Co. Mayo

A dog-friendly Georgian house on a vibrant country estate dating from the 1790s nestled on the shores of Lough Conn and offering elegant accommodation and outstanding views of the spectacular landscape.

Phone: 096 31112
Email: mail@enniscoe.com
Eircode: F26 EA34

Extra charge for pets: no

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Enniscoe House is a Georgian house dating from the 1790s in the midst of a vibrant country estate and nestled on the shores of Lough Conn, adjacent to the majestic Nephin mountainous range. For the fishing enthusiast, one can have fishing on the idyllic Lough Conn arranged with our fishing manager. The house offers elegant accommodation and outstanding views of the spectacular wild and unspoilt landscape this region is renowned for.

At Enniscoe we love pets! And we know that when you go on holidays it can feel as if you are leaving one of your family members at home – so instead bring them with you! Well behaved pets are more than welcome to spend the night in our bedrooms with their owners. There is loads of space for them to run around and have access to the lake.

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What our guests say…

Our short stay at Enniscoe House was heavenly. The house and grounds are stunningly beautiful. The welcome we received was very warm and we were delighted to be able to bring our dogs. For a beautiful, tranquil, peaceful and very comfortable break Enniscoe House is simply perfect.
Patricia
We spent a lovely Easter at Enniscoe in the company of the Kellett family. Susan and her son DJ are excellent hosts, sharing their historic but comfortable home on the shores of Lough Conn with their guests. The food was lovely, especially the dinners, the bedroom was very spacious (the Major’s room, I gather) and our dog was welcomed as one of the crew.
Nessa
Calvin the dog and his owners had a lovely weekend at this charming hotel. We had a fabulous room with a view of the loch. Dinner was excellent and the waitresses really friendly. After dinner we had tea in front of the fire and chatted with the other guests and Susan, the owner of Enniscoe who makes everyone feel so welcome. The walled garden is really well looked after, unlike many we have seen around Ireland. What we particularly liked was that this house have lovely grounds where you can really bring the dog on a proper walk.
Ingrid
We loved our stay. The bedroom with canopied huge bed and wonderful bathroom were delightful. Sitting in front of the fire with our dogs after an excellent dinner chatting to our hostess – I could almost believe that we were guests of the family in a pre-war country house. Wonderful.
Emer
Just returned from a most enjoyable Bank Holiday weekend at Enniscoe House. My wife and I and our 4 small dogs stayed in Horse House 1 which we loved. There are 3 ensuite double bedrooms, 1 of which is wheelchair friendly. There are patio doors from the living room that Led out to the woods so the dogs thought they were in heaven.
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