The residence of the Honourable C.L. Bernard in 1837 and of Frederick Hamilton at the time of Griffith's Valuation. He held the house valued at £64 from William C. Rogers. The interest of Joseph Harrison in Lotamore was for sale in February 1871. Sir William Bartholomew Hackett was the tenant. Owned in the late 19th century by the Perrier family and the Mahonys. Wilson writing in 1786, refers to Lota as the seat of Mr. Rogers. It has operated as a guesthouse for many years.