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All reviews tower room lough sheelin her husband other guests period style narrow spiral staircase cool experience next morning steeped in history amazing hosts en suit amazing night gave us a map ground floor visiting ireland wooded area grounds are lovely
Stayed at Ross castle for my best friend's hen party in November - such a cool experience to stay in a 15th century castle made even better by the wonderful Jackie and Vanessa. Jackie was very helpful in lead up giving suggestions for afternoon tea...More
We stayed two nights. The manager doesn't live on site, but greets guests warmly and makes a wonderful breakfast. For those looking for a genuine (15th C) castle experience without losing an arm and a leg, this is perfect. Extremely romantic site out in the...More
Jackie greeted us warmly, made us tea and a fire, sat and chatted with us. She gave us a map of the area and pointed out places of interest and places to eat. We had her number for whatever we needed. To my surprise we...More
Spent the night here doing a Paranormal Investigation with the BACK IN TIME Paranormal Investigators...had an absolutely amazing night of paranormal activity and the castle is beautifully restored. Gorgeous breakfast the next morning and truly wonderful hosts.....a must visit!
This is the kind of place I hesitate to review because I would want to keep it a secret. Due to some travel snafus flying into Ireland form Dallas, we stayed only one night. We stayed in the top floor (Sabrina's room) which was beautiful....More
For our group of 7 we had the three tower rooms. Each room has a full or queen bed and then there are also cots available that they can set up in the top room. I'm sure you can book on the weekends. I would just add that the... More
For our group of 7 we had the three tower rooms. Each room has a full or queen bed and then there are also cots available that they can set up in the top room. I'm sure you can book on the weekends. I would just add that the stairs for the rooms in the tower are steep and spiraled and so wouldn't be good for someone who has trouble going up and down stairs. However, there are also a few rooms on the ground level that you could book instead. I would suggest you reach out to Ross B&B directly. There is contact information on the website.