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Stayed 1 night in the Baron's Room. The beds were comfortable and the room is really cool - especially the kitschy little bathroom. The other guests in the castle stayed in their rooms so we really had the run of the place all evening. The...More
After Marble Arch Caves we headed off to our next stay, crossing back into the Republic of Ireland, to stay at Ross Castle, County Meath. This is a medieval Norman Tower House and we stayed in Sabina’s Room, the Upper Tower Room. This place was...More
Heard this castle been mentioned on the radio and I couldn't help myself... 🙃my friends and I jumped in the car and went searching for ross castle, 🤣we often feel like ghost hunters, constantly going anywhere that is presumed "haunted".. 💀on the way to the...More
My wife and I lived in Northern Ireland for a couple of years, so I'm a little snooty when it comes to castles. Most of the castles that are now run as hotels are actually relatively modern structures (often from the 19th century) that have...More
In short, we had a wonderful stay - after the tears.
If you book Sabina's room, you'll be thrilled!! This was the room my best friend and her husband were in and it was indescribably charming and authentic feeling.
My husband and I took the...More
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Response from Peter S, General Manager at Ross Castle B&BResponded February 16, 2018
We are truly sorry that the beds in the Baron's room were not the same bed displayed on the booking site, we had so many requests from non couples who wanted to stay in this room as a twin we replaced the double bed with...More
For our group of 7 we had the three tower rooms. Each room has a full or queen bed and then there are also cots available that they can set up in the top room. I'm sure you can book on the weekends. I would just add that the... More
For our group of 7 we had the three tower rooms. Each room has a full or queen bed and then there are also cots available that they can set up in the top room. I'm sure you can book on the weekends. I would just add that the stairs for the rooms in the tower are steep and spiraled and so wouldn't be good for someone who has trouble going up and down stairs. However, there are also a few rooms on the ground level that you could book instead. I would suggest you reach out to Ross B&B directly. There is contact information on the website.