Innisfallen also boasts a tennis court and splendid, manicured gardens fit for Royalty.
Originally set on 20 hectares, and accessible only by motor launch from The Spit, the castle is named after a ruined Abbey in Ireland’s Killarney, which means “Isle of the Field”. When it was built in 1902, all furniture and fittings were brought in by boat and carried uphill by workers.
Today, it features modern additions, including a wine cellar and gym.
For more information, contact Tim Foote.
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