Capturing the castle
Picturesque and proud, 380-acre Glin Castle in Co Limerick is are on the market for €6.5 million
On a sunny spring morning, the ambience at Glin Castle in Co Limerick is exactly what the 24th Knight of Glin had in mind when he arrived here with his bride in the 1780s. His vision was for a noble stately home, with the emphasis on home – a house for a family, and entertaining on a grand scale.
Tomorrow, Glin will welcome guests for a family christening – 20 adults and 24 children. In...
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