Dromoland

near Newmarket-on-Fergus, County Clare, Ireland - Lord Inchiquin


"Dromoland Castle is situated about two miles from the Ardsollus Station, on the Limerick and Ennis Railway. It is a modern castellated building of grey limestone, built on the site of an older house of Grecian architecture, which had in its time replaced a more ancient castle. It was begun about 1825 and finished then years later, by Sir Edward O'Brien, the fourth Baronet, Mr J. Payne being the architect.

The family of O'Brien, of which Lord Inchiquin is the head, is one of the oldest in Ireland. They maintained an independant sovereignty over a large part of the South of Ireland up to a late period, 1543, when Murrough O'Brien, the then Tanist, or Monarch, resigned his princedom to Henry the Eighth and accepted the titles of Earl of Thomond and Baron of Inchiquin."

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Window mounted (UK mainland)34.95
Window mounted (Europe)37.95
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