Waterford Castle Hotel & Golf Resort
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Waterford Castle Hotel & Golf Resort  
Resort in Waterford  
Excellent 9.2
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Situated in a beautiful setting on the River Suir, the luxurious Waterford Castle Hotel is on a private island on Kings Channel, moments away from Waterford City, completely isolated from the mainland. It is also the ideal venue if you are dreaming of a wedding in an Irish castle.

Boutique Hotel

The castle offers elegant rooms and suites with spectacular views, and luxurious lodges tucked away plus an 18-hole golf course in a beautiful setting.


Former Castle Hotel

Waterford Castle Hotel boasts a long history since it was first built during the 15th century. Situated on a private island, the castle largely maintains its initial splendour and grandeur, as guests can admire the carved stone and wood paneled Hall as well as the original tapestries. The decoration of the 19 elegant bedrooms reflects the atmosphere of the castle as it used to be some hundred years ago, offering gracious yet modern comforts and making it ideal for a romantic stay or a lavish wedding ceremony.


Historic Hotel

With a remarkable history stretching back to the 6th century, you will enjoy the picturesque and enchanting scenes and sounds that the island has to offer.


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Lough Eske Castle
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Lough Eske Castle  
Hotel in Donegal  
Excellent 9.2
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A truly unique castle hotel in Ireland; it sits in 43 acres of forest woodland with the Blue Stack Mountains in background.

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Who wouldn't want to stay in a 15th century 5 star castle suite? Lough Eske Castle blends the historic past with a dash of modern elegance.


Former Castle Hotel

The moment guests step into the Lough Eske Castle, it feels like they have been transported back in time, into an impressive Tudor-baronial castle. Elegantly refurbished in 2007 to create the modern comforts of a world class boutique hotel, the castle has managed to maintain its ancient roots and splendour, creating an unrivaled atmosphere that welcomes and amazes all guests. It used to be the ancestral seat of the 14th-century clans of Donegal, and after a rather turbulent history, the castle became the hotel that it is today.


Hotel for Honeymoon

Spend the most royal and majestic honeymoon at this exquisite castle hotel, which offers luxurious accommodation for two, Irish breakfast, a romantic dinner, a bottle of Prosecco and handmade chocolates, rose petals, access to the pool, fitness centre and spa, and many other romantic amenities that will make your honeymoon as magical as you have imagined it to be.


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Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort
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Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort  
Resort in Adare  
Excellent 9.3
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Located in the heart of Adare Village in Limerick, Adare Manor is a luxury hotel and golf resort with rich history and surrounded by medieval ruins.

Boutique Hotel

Guests can wander through the stonewalled gardens and woodland paths and discover the colorful history of Adare Manor.


Former Castle Hotel

The Neo-Gothic property was an original castle up until 1720, when it was renovated into a Georgian manor house, rivaling the splendour of the French châteaux. Stroll around 840 acres of pristine land or practice your swings on the golf courses. The hotel also gives you exciting activities to distract you from your busy life; try out horse riding through the country sides like the olden days, experience the thrill of the hunt in game shooting, or hone your hand-to-eye coordination with archery.


Luxury Hotel

A luxury hotel and Golf Resort, steeped in history and one of the premium 5 Star Hotels in Ireland.


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Ballyseede Castle
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Ballyseede Castle  
Hotel in Tralee  
Excellent 9.3
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One of the most special luxury Tralee Hotels, this amazing Castle Hotel offers formal and casual dining, twenty six rooms complimented by enchanting formal gardens.

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Find refuge in suites that seem like paintings from a time long past. Each room is tastefully decorated with antiquities and style from the Middle Ages to give you the castle living experience. Thanks to its romantic setting, it is a popular destination for weddings. Find peace and relaxation on the Ballyseede Grounds, walk around the gardens or play golf on the fields by the sea. Top off your stay with fine wines and cuisine from 2-star AA Rosette O’Connell Restaurant at Ballyseede Castle.


Former Castle Hotel

Set in 30 acres of woodland, the castle has been beautifully transformed into a luxury hotel. It was originally built in 16th century and has been renovated over time. As guests walk in the front door, they are greeted with Doric-style columns as well as an elegant oak staircase, instantly creating an atmosphere of history and grandeur. The castle is also quite a popular destination for fairytale-like weddings and events, as well as a renowned romantic retreat.


Historic Hotel

Ballyseede Castle, one of the most famous Castle Hotels in Ireland, has a long history which dates back to the 1590’s.


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Cabra Castle Hotel
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Cabra Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Kingscourt  
Excellent 9.1
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From the magnificence of the Lords Bedchamber to the spaciousness and elegance of the hotel's Courtyard rooms and delightful cottages a magnificent stay awaits you at Cabra Castle, one of the most famous and luxurious castle hotels in Ireland.

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Former Castle Hotel

Initially built in 1699, the original castle's ruins can still be seen at the Wishing Well, near Cromwell's Bridge. Some historical accounts suggest that the castle belonged to the O'Reilly family until it was confiscated under Cromwell's orders in the 17th century. The castle was completely destroyed during the Cromwellian War. In 1813, Colonel James Pratt bought Cormy Castle and its 400 acres of land from Augustus Foster. He then moved "Cabra House" from the Wishing Well to the castle itself. In 1820, he renamed Cormy Castle to Cabra Castle. It was first turned into a hotel in 1964, featuring high ceilings, lavish staircases and historic hallways.


Family Friendly Hotel

All children are welcome, children under 2 years old stay for free when using existing beds.


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Clontarf Castle Hotel
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Clontarf Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Dublin  
Excellent 9.1
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Clontarf Castle Hotel is a 4 star Dublin Castle Hotel positioned in Clontarf only 10 minutes from Dublin City Center.

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This unique hotel made the Conde Nast's reader's choice top 10 hotels to stay in Ireland! Combining history with rich interior design; suites come with four poster beds and views of the mountains and the sea.


Former Castle Hotel

In 1172, Hugh de Lacy built the Castle as an inner circle of defense sites protecting Dublin. With an expansive 900 year history, it was home to the Knights Templar of the Crusades and then to Knights Hospitaller in 1308. Close to the property is where the Battle of Clontarf happened in 1014, when the High King of Ireland drove the Norse-Irish Alliance and Viking forces out of Clontarf. The battle lasted from sunrise to sunset, but its impact on the Irish history lasts until today.


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12th century original castle.


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The Castle Country House B&B
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The Castle Country House B&B  
Bed & Breakfast in Thurles  
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The Castle Country House offers its guests a peaceful and beautiful place to rest as well as many options of bespoke stay packages such as a Guided walking break or a Romantic Getaway.

Boutique Accommodation

As a Country house with a long heritage they have tastefully kept the room décor furnished with fittings and antiques to the period of the building.


Former Castle Accommodation

The looming castle tower on the property was built in the 12th century. The furniture are original antiquities from Edwardian era, restored for the 21st century comfort. Guests can also enjoy tours provided by the hotel on a horseback along the Tipperary Hills. This award winning country house offers bed and breakfast packages with locally produced homemade cuisine. This castle hotel is highly rated by previous guests for its hospitality and comfort.


Family Friendly Accommodation

All children are welcome, children under 2 years old stay for free when using existing beds.


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Abbeyglen Castle Hotel
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Abbeyglen Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Clifden  
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The Abbeyglen offers beautiful stylish accommodation in bedrooms with a classic feel.The 9 luxury suites will make you feel like the King or Queen of the castle!

Boutique Hotel

It's located in its own private grounds surrounded by hills and trees with breathtaking views of the Twelve Bens Mountains and views of the sea.


Former Castle Hotel

John D’Arcy of Clifden Castle built Abbeyglen Castle in 1832, nestled in the romantic setting of the Twelve Bens overlooking Clifden Bay. It was later used as a Protestant orphanage for the Irish Church Mission Society in 1854. Apart from being surrounded by stunning landscapes and evoking an atmosphere of chivalry and romance by an era long gone, this castle hotel offers award-winning cuisines as well a wellness centre where all guests can relax and rejuvenate.


Historic Hotel

The Hughes family took the castle over in 1969 and have developed it into one of Connemara's most prestigious resorts.


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Ballynahinch Castle Hotel
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Ballynahinch Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Ballynahinch  
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Nestled in a private 450 acre woodland estate, walks and rivers in the heart of Connemara Co. Galway, this authentic Castle Hotel stands proudly overlooking a salmon fishery. The castle was originally owned by the famous Pirate Queen, Grace O'Malley with her husband. She openly defied Queen Elizabeth's reign and led the O'Flaherty Clan.

Boutique Hotel

The boutique hotel is positioned along the Wild Atlantic Way and it is the perfect base for touring the 1,500 miles driving route from Kinsale in Co. Cork. to Malin Head in Donegal.


Former Castle Hotel

The land was originally owned by the O'Flaherty Clan and the Lords of Connaught. In 1546 when Grace O'Malley was sixteen, she married Donal O’Flaherty. Their marriage united two of the most powerful families in the country. The castle of Ballynahinch was one of many castles they held. Grace O'Malley's legend is well known in history, she defied the English monarchy and was dubbed the "Queen". She thrived in a man's world, just like Queen Elizabeth I. In September 1593, the two met on equal terms as queen to queen. She was the first Gaelic woman to ever appear in court of an English monarch. For centuries, her story and skill was passed down in Irish folklore and poems.


Luxury Hotel

All rooms in the castle are finished to a very high standard and all luxury and superior rooms offer stunning views across the river and woodland.


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Kinnitty Castle Hotel
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Kinnitty Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Kinnitty  
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Kinnitty Castle Hotel, located in the picturesque village of Kinnitty Co. Offaly is nestled in the foothills of the Slieve Bloom Mountains, offering the perfect setting for a romantic break in Ireland.

Boutique Hotel

Rooms at this boutique hotel feature a classic decor and original, unique features and furnishing.


Former Castle Hotel

Dating back to 1209, Kinnitty is an impressive Gothic castle set within a stunning 650 acres of forests and parkland. The initial castle was destroyed and rebuilt in 1213 by the Normans. Its breathtaking location amidst the lush and gorgeous Irish countryside and its Castle Suites will certainly transfer guests back to the Medieval times, while its top-notch services will make them feel like true royalty. This luxurious and utterly romantic destination can cater to different private dining options thanks to the variety of elegantly designed rooms, be it romantic for 2 or an event for 200 people in the Great Hall.


Historic Hotel

Dating back to 1209, this remarkable Gothic castle is set in a stunning 650 acres of parkland and lush forests.


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The Lodge at Castle Leslie Estate
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The Lodge at Castle Leslie Estate  
Hotel in Glaslough  
Excellent 9.3
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The Lodge at Castle Leslie Estate features 29 rooms and cut-stone stable courtyard and has been lovingly restored and decorated keeping its original character.

Boutique Hotel

With its original interiors and old-style hospitality, this boutique hotel offers old world grandeur and complete respite from the world.


Former Castle Hotel

The Castle was originally owned by the Leslie Family. Their ancestry can be traced back to Atilla the Hun. The first Leslie was a Hungarian Nobleman, he served as the chamberlain and protector of Margaret, the Queen of Scotland. He was known as the "Fighting Bishop" for defeating Cromwell forces in a battle. His son John, inherited the estate at the age of 26. Today, the castle is known for its elegance and beautifully designed rooms filled with antique furniture and heirlooms.


Luxury Hotel

Victorian lodge into the grounds of the Castle Leslie estate, featuring state-of-the-art equestrian center, acres of Irish border country and spa.


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Killiane Castle Country House & Farm
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Killiane Castle Country House & Farm  
Wexford  
Excellent 9.6
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Former Castle Accommodation

The castle was built in the 15th century. The 50ft high tower dates back to 1470, built by Thomas Hay, a descendant of Richard. In 1641, the owner, George Cheevers, was involved in the siege of Duncannon and the Confederation of Kilkenny. He was then dispossessed by Cromwell after the Sacking of Wexford. The castle was given to Cromwell's soldier, Colonel Bunbury, as payment of service. Guests are free to explore the Castle and its premises, enjoy the magnificent view atop the tower or go for an afternoon stroll around the farms.


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