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Stop by today and I was very impressed. The owner is very welcoming and she knows a lot about the history of the area. I still just can’t wrap my head around the fact that she lives inside this mediaeval castle. One of the coolest...More
Best to ring and arrange your visit. Our group arrived on a Saturday as arranged and were warmly greeted by Rebecca, the owner. She gave us an interesting tour of the castle and its history. It would have been great to climb to the top...More
I had cousins visiting from the US and called here to check it out. Would totally recommend. The owner is a very interesting lady in her own right but to see what she has actually done herself in repairing the castle is incredible. She showed...More
If you are interested in castles, interested in hauntings, interested in history, or simply interested in having the most enjoyable day in Ireland, you must visit this castle and meet Rebecca. You will not be disappointed! Rebecca is an amazing inspiring woman who will leave...More
Rebecca Armstrong is, she tells us, restoring her *fourth* castle, says it's the only Tudor castle in all of Ireland. Rebecca, now widored, has her hands full, but if the project is moving slowly, the results so far are extraordinary.
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I brought a group of 4 from Florida here to give them a feeling for an authentic Irish castle and it could not have been more fun! The owner Rebecca has restored this castle herself and she is an inspiration. It's a small castle and...More
After being disappointed by not getting in to see Leap Castle we continued our search for haunted castles and stopped by Clonony Castle and was greated so friendily by the owner. She was so sweet. Told us of the history of the castle, her sightings...More
As a historical landmark it needs attention. This castle is directly related to Henry VIII as it was the home of the Boleyn family at one stage.It would be nice to be able to explore further but Health & Safety must be taken into account.