Self-catering castle accommodation in Ireland is a fantastic option for all of the family, or even a group of friends this summer. Below are a couple of castles to stay in in Ireland that still have availability over the summer months!
A spacious Tower in County Mayo set in 16 acres, Western Ireland. After undergoing restorations that brought the property back from a state of ruin, Turin Castle is now offered on a self-catering basis for up to 12 adults who want to experience Medieval Ireland in the 21st century.
Situated in picturesque scenery in one of Ireland's most beautiful counties, Turin Castle is in the ideal location for those who love exploring the great outdoors, with plenty of villages and towns within reach, with pubs and eateries galore.
Originally built in 1550 as the home of the Fogarty Clan, Killahara Castle stood untouched for almost a century before being ransacked during the Cromwellian Conquest of Ireland. In 2006, conversion experts began a 3 year project to make the property habitable once again and, since completion, the castle has been made available for hire on a self-catering basis.
A 16th century tower that stands strong against the beautiful Tipperary landscape, Killahara is a property that is both rich in history and extremely accessible, just two hours' drive from the capital of Dublin.