Lady of the house

Having painstakingly restored Enniscoe House and its splendid gardens, Susan Kellett is offering advice to others planning similar projects.

23rd August, 2008

Having painstakingly restored Enniscoe House and its splendid gardens, Susan Kellett is offering advice to others planning similar projects.

One of Susan Kellett’s earliest memories of Enniscoe House is of McCullagh, the butler, lighting candles on the hall table so the family could find their way to bed.

‘‘When my parents inherited it in 1950, the house hadn’t been touched since around 1910,” she says. ‘‘There was no electricity, all the curtains were...

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