Ross Castle B&B
Ross Castle B&B  
Bed & Breakfast in Mountnugent  
Excellent 9.7
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This 16-century Irish castle is said to be haunted by its owner, the English Lord Richard Nugent, also known as the Black Baron and his daughter, Sabina. The Black Baron was a notoriously cruel lord who committed many crimes and was responsible for the deaths of many and his ghost is said to wander about the castle up to this day. As for his daughter, Sabina, she fell in love with the son of an enemy Irish chieftain and when they tried to elope, he met a tragic death. Unable to cope with his loss, Sabina starved herself in the castle's tower and her spirit is still there, waiting to be reunited with her loved one.
 
The Shelbourne, Autograph Collection
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The Shelbourne, Autograph Collection  
Hotel in Dublin  
Excellent 9
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This upscale hotel in the centre of Dublin is said to be haunted by the spirit of a little mischievous girl named Mary Masters. Many guests have reported hearing sounds and feeling an eerie presence in their room, while some have even seen her wander around the corridors.
 
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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Steeped in history, Castle Leslie is far from just a historic castle hotel where guests can enjoy their privacy and tranquility. The castle offers everything a guest can expect from a historic building like this, ghosts included. Thankfully, the ghosts that have been sighted so far are not malevolent at all, since they appear to be the original owners who wander around the castle and touch a few things here and there.
 
Kinnitty Castle Hotel
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Kinnitty Castle Hotel  
Hotel in Kinnitty  
Excellent 9.1
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Kinnitty Castle was built in 1209, it was burned by the Republicans in 1922 and rebuilt as it is today in 1928, managing to retain the High Cross and the Abbey wall of the original structure intact. Partly due to its turbulent history and partly due to its Gothic-style architecture, Kinnitty Castle is home to a few ghosts. Especially the Geraldine and Elizabeth rooms are the ones where most guests have experienced paranormal activities. The ghost of Hugh the monk is one of the most famous ones. Although many guests and members of the staff have encountered him, he only appears to communicate with one employee.
 
Renvyle House Hotel
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Renvyle House Hotel  
Hotel in Renvyle  
Very Good 8.2
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Renvyle House was built in 1883 and has always been considered a sanctuary for artists, poets and politicians who yearned for the tranquility of rural Ireland. The famous Irish poet W.B. Yeats was a frequent visitor in the hotel and rumour has it that he often tried to connect with the spirits that resided there. Today, guests report that the hotel emanates an eerie and dark aura, while disembodied footsteps can be heard in the corridors, bed sheets and furniture move on their own accord and the ghost of a man hiding in mirrors has been seen by many guests, as well as the ghost of W.B. Yeats himself.
 
Ballyseede Castle
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Ballyseede Castle  
Hotel in Tralee  
Excellent 9.3
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Ballyseede Castle was built by the Fitzgerald family in the 16th century. Gerald Fitzgerald, the owner, was beheaded on this castle and rumour has it that his spirit still wanders around its premises, as if to ensure that everything works fine. Another famous ghost is that of Hilda, who appears only on 24 March of every year. No one really knows her story and how she came to haunt Ballyseede, but her eerie presence was enough to scare every single guest away one night in 1998.
 
Maldron Hotel Shandon Cork City
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Maldron Hotel Shandon Cork City  
Hotel in Cork  
Very Good 8.3
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Before becoming a hotel in 2008, the building were Maldron is housed today used to be the North Infirmary Hospital in 1720 and was later used to secretly treat the wounded soldiers from the war. Due to its history, the hotel is considered one of the most haunted places in Ireland. Guests have reported seeing the ghost of a woman who is believed to have died while giving birth back when the hotel was an infirmary, while broken mirrors and equipment have terrified guests and staff alike. Rumour has it that in between rooms 318 and 319 there is a closed off room, 325, which cannot be accessed on its own and is said to be a hive of paranormal activity.
 
The Lake Hotel
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The Lake Hotel  
Hotel in Killarney  
Excellent 9.4
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The Lake Hotel was built in 1820 and is said to be haunted by Donal McCarthy Mor, the founder of Muckross Abbey which is near the hotel. McCarthy was a ferocious and heartless warrior and his ghost has been sighted in the hotel's bar, overlooking Lough Leane. Another ghost that has been reported wandering around the hotel is that of a young girl from the 19th century, although her story and reasons for haunting the premises still remain unknown.
 
Commodore Hotel
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Commodore Hotel  
Hotel in Cobh  
Very Good 8.4
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Commodore Hotel was built in 1854 and had been used as a hospital and makeshift morgue for the wounded and victims of World War I. With such a turbulent past it is no wonder that the hotel is a little more than haunted. Apart from the ghosts of the wounded who died there during the war, guests have reported hearing the eerie cries of a baby in the upper rooms, where its body is said to have been found abandoned in a suitcase in one of the rooms in the 1900s. There are also some unexplainable drops of temperature at around the time when a young British army captain took his life in the hotel.
 
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