The main entrance to the Colebrooke estate in County Fermanagh is marked by a triumphal arch, the central section high and wide enough to accommodate carriages, with pedestrian entrances on either side, the parts divided by Tuscan pilasters. The arch was part of a substantial improvement to the property carried out c.1820 by Sir Henry Brooke who employed Dublin-born architect William Farrell for the job. Farrell was also responsible for the adjacent lodge, of three bays and with a substantial central bow. In recent years, the lodge has been restored and is now available to rent through the Irish Landmark Trust.

2 comments on “Triumphant

  1. jenjunebug says:

    Lovely. I’ve been gathering a list of historic houses available for accommodation and I have this on my list,

  2. Emma Richey says:

    Lovely to see something in such good condition. The house was on Country House Rescue a few years ago so hope its condition is just as good!

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