Belvelly Castle is a 14th or 15th-century tower house in County Cork, over the last few years the castle has been converted into a private dwelling.
List Of Haunted Places In Ireland
This 17th century castle is now a luxury hotel and has been in the Leslie family for over 300 years, following its purchase by Bishop John Leslie from Sir Thomas Ridgeway in 1665.
The castle is located in the centre of Ireland near the town of Tullamore, it was built by Charles William Bury in the 1700s over the top of an ancient druid burial ground, where people were buried alive to stop the spread of the plague.
Clifden Castle was built in the 19th century as a romantic gesture, but fell into disrepair during the Irish potato famine of 1845 and was abandoned.
The 16th century Clonony Castle is a Tudor castle complete with secret passageways and a murder hole.
The most famous ghost to haunt this Gothic-style building is that of a the Monk of Kinnitty, a former resident of the castle, which over the centuries has been home to Augustinian monks, been partially destroyed by fire and is now a hotel.
Killua Castle is situated near Clonmellon and was built in about 1780 by Sir Benjamin Chapman in 9,000 acres of surrounding farmland.
Leamaneh Castle is situated about 30 minutes away from the famous Cliffs of Moher, which feature in 'Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince' as the location where Harry and Dumbledore go in search of one of Voldemort's horcruxes in an unnamed cave by the sea.
The castle was built in the 14th century and was used as a stronghold of the O'Carroll family, powerful Irish princes who thought nothing of murder.
This ruined castle in the village of Loughmore, near Templemore in County Tipperary, Ireland is said to be haunted by a male spirit who's believed to have taken their own life at the castle in the mid 18th century.
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