Home of The Percy French Summer School, Castlecoote House is an early Georgian Palladian mansion built on the grounds of a ruined 16th century castle overlooking the beautiful River Suck. It is surrounded by woodland and the pastoral countryside of County Roscommon, Ireland. Castlecoote House, circa 1690, was destroyed by fire in 1989.
It has been lovingly restored by some of Ireland’s finest craftsmen. The result is a romantic hideaway, which combines elegant 18th century architecture, beautiful Georgian features, fine plasterwork ceilings and marble fireplaces with the 21st century luxuries of whirlpool spa baths and under floor heating. Outside are beautifully landscaped grounds. Take a stroll along by the river savouring the tranquillity, or perambulate through the orchard enjoying the rare apple trees, castle ruins and mill race walls.