Layout of Rooms – Castle
The Castle is built over 5 floors (with a few ‘Returns’ or half-floors also), while the Coach House is a two-floor building. Here are how the rooms are arranged in the Castle:
The Dining Room & Kitchen take up the whole of the Ground Floor, and are joined together by way of an arched doorway.
|View Castle Dining Room||View Castle Kitchen|
On the first floor (one above ground level) we have the first bedroom. It has a draped King-size antique 4-poster bed. Closest to the ground floor, this double room sleeps 2.
First Floor Return:
The Shower-room is on the return between the first and second floors (conveniently positioned between the first and second bedrooms). It has a large shower cubicle with WC and sink.
The second bedroom is on the second floor (two floors above ground level and beside the shower-room / WC). A popular Family Bedroom as it has a King bed & bunks, and sleeps 4.
Second Floor Return:
Relax in a hot bath or shower while towering over the lands below! The bath/shower-room is located on the Second Floor Return (between Bedroom 2 and the Great Room).
The Great Room is on the Third Floor, mid-way up the castle, overlooking the countryside which is where it all happens! Intimate ceremonies, Celtic blessings, conventional as well as medieval wedding rituals, drinks receptions, or just relaxing with friends & family in front of the stove.
Third Floor Return:
This is where the Dungeon is! Could you escape from here? Doubtful indeed. When you are here with us we look forward to explaining why all dungeons are not in the basement!
The third bedroom is on the fourth floor (four floors above ground level and above the Great Room). It’s the smallest bedroom, with an antique 4-poster double bed. It sleeps 2.
The largest bedroom is at the very top of the castle (on the fifth floor), with a magnificent King-size antique 4-poster bed. This room sleeps up to 4 (with futons).
The life-blood of the castle! Linking all rooms together, they are all accessed directly off this architecturally brilliant self-supporting spiral stone staircase.