1962

The castle underwent major renovations to transform the ancestral home into a luxury hotel. When the castle was officially reopened as a Resort Hotel, visitors who remembered it from the days of the Inchiquins marvelled at the preservation of its stately, warm and cheerful baronial country house atmosphere. The public rooms on the main floor of the castle look very much the same now as when Lord Inchiquin’s family lived there, although the Lord’s octagonal shaped study, under the round tower, is now a pleasant cocktail bar, and his library is now part of the dining room.

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