Indulge your fairytale fantasy at one of Ireland's luxury castle hotels
Downton Abbey comes to life in Ireland's manor houses
You never know what stories lie behind these historical fortresses
Clonony Castle is a Medieval tower near Shannon Harbour built by the Coghlans, seized by Henry VIII and ceded to Thomas...
Bantry House and Garden, the stunning stately home of the Earls of Bantry and their descendants the White family. The...
Maghera Church and Round Tower is of major historical importance in the region.
This restored 13th-century fortification was originally built by Meiler de Bermingham and is located within the heritage...
Muckross House, once visited by Queen Victoria, is situated on the shores of Muckross Lake within the stunning surroundings...
Glenveagh Castle was completed in 1873, taking its inspiration from the concept of a romantic highland retreat. Situated...
Ballance House - birthplace of John Ballance, Prime Minister of New Zealand 1891-1893.
Set it on 1000 acres of rolling parkland with ancient trees and glittering lakes teeming with wildlife.
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