The Gothic Revival Kinnitty Castle, cated n the heart of Ireland in County Offally, has a long and troL history. The first stronghold built on the Sltç was th and rebuilt by the Normans around 121 and the castle then changed owners a number of times Until 1811 ,when Lady Catherine Hutchinson, wife of Thomas Bern sioned the present castle. Although burned down by the Repubikans in 1 922,the castle was restored and has since been transformed into a magnifice and Wonderfully atmospheric hotel with dark corridors and sweeping stair cases, alt decorated in keeping with the castk romantic olde style. Still in existence i the beautiful and extensive grounds are the remains of an Augustinian Abbey and an ancient Celtic High Cross,carve with bibli cal scenes.
The castle has its own resident ghost. 0 of the long-dead monks from the old foundation is said to find the ambi ence of th castle much more congeni and h has been seen wandering the darker corners cf the banqueting room. He will also on occasion reveal fu events, linked the eve business of the hotel, to members of staff— and the accuracy of the prophecies is said to aston ish the owner& Female Ghost | Green Lady | Lauder | Aberdeenshire | Angus | Barcaldine | Barcaldine | Birmingham | Bishop Cameron | Bladnoch | Braemar | Carlow | Doncaster | Dublin | Dumfriesshire | Dundee | Essex | Female Ghost | Ghost | Goatfell mountain | Green Lady | Green Lady | Ireland | Ireland | Kent | Leap | Loch Fyne | Nairn | Pontefract castle | River Tyne | Scotland | Scotland | Scotland | Scotland | Shropshire | Southeastern Ireland | Sussex | The female ghost | Witchcraft |
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