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Situated in the West of Ireland, this Tower Castle combines Norman features with modern-day luxury.
Originally built as an outpost fortification in the 12th century, meticulous restoration was carried out between 1974 and 1996 making this a most sought after property.
Features include exposed stone-cut walls throughout, stone or wooden floors, arched doorways, circular turrets and a secret stone chamber belonging to ‘Norman the ghost’.
Accommodation Ground Floor: Great banqueting Hall - seats 120 people and features a wooded beamed ceiling Guest cloakroom.
Upper Levels: Spacious Drawing room; Seven double bedrooms, each individual in style, three en suite. The tribes bedroom features the original 800 year old fireplace with preserved Norman carvings. Additional bathroom. A winding 90 steps stairway connects the various levels.
Suitable for corporate and private functions. Battlements - Holds 300 people. Used for open air barbecues and alfresco dining room. Meeting/Reception facilities available when not rented. Damage Security Deposit required.
Not suitable for children under 10 years.
Amenities in the area: Hunting with the Galway Blazers, angling, golf, shooting, swimming, tennis, sailing, wind surfing and trekking are available in the surrounding area. The Yeats’ Tower, Lough Cultural Castle and Coole Park are nearby.