From the magnificence of the Lords Bedchamber to the spaciousness and elegance of the hotel's Courtyard rooms and delightful cottages a magnificent stay awaits you at Cabra Castle, one of the most famous and luxurious castle hotels in Ireland.
Initially built in 1699, the original castle's ruins can still be seen at the Wishing Well, near Cromwell's Bridge. Some historical accounts suggest that the castle belonged to the O'Reilly family until it was confiscated under Cromwell's orders in the 17th century. The castle was completely destroyed during the Cromwellian War. In 1813, Colonel James Pratt bought Cormy Castle and its 400 acres of land from Augustus Foster. He then moved "Cabra House" from the Wishing Well to the castle itself. In 1820, he renamed Cormy Castle to Cabra Castle. It was first turned into a hotel in 1964, featuring high ceilings, lavish staircases and historic hallways.
All children are welcome, children under 2 years old stay for free when using existing beds.
Set in 100 acres of beautifully manicured gardens, this magnificent 19th century Castle Hotel in Ireland is a perfect romantic destination.
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