The best Irish castles and castle hotels in Ireland. Learn about castles stays, castle tours, and Ireland castle vacation packages.
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Castle Hyde has been on the market for two years without a buyer. Flatley's agents are now trying a different approach, but the sky-high price tag remains.
The castle had neither a roof nor peach-colored walls, but it was soon to get both.
Placed on the market over two years ago, Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley’s Castle Hyde mansion is still on sale for almost $24 million.
Stunning Irish castle and five star hotel located in Quiet Man's Cong, County Mayo, has been named one of the 25 best travel experiences in the world.
County Donegal’s O’Doherty’s Keep, back in clan's hands, needs crowdfunding to restore it to its former glory.
Corofin Castle in Co Galway will become a place for patients with the incurable brain cancer to visit with their families and relax.
From the very first cities in all of Ireland, to ancient castles, ring forts and monasteries, Ireland’s Ancient East region hums to the tune of 5,000 years of history you can still see and experience for yourself.
Making forever memories was quite an experience at Cong’s five-star luxury Ashford Castle.
There are over 30,000 castles and castle ruins in Ireland. Here are the best ones to visit.
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