There are many tales of ghosts that roam the dark brooding fortress of Dunluce Castle (Irish Gaelic – Dún Libhse).
Earliest records indicate that in 1155 in the reign of King Malcolm IV, Malleville Castle was an estate in the ownership of an Anglo-Norman Baron called Galfrid de Malleville, who was Sheriff of Edinburgh and Governor of Edinburgh Castle.
One of the great Celtic castles Belle Isle Castle has been inhabited since the 12th century. Originally called Ballymacmanus, it was home to the MacManus and Maguire family.
There are many great Celtic Castles with very unique histories and stories. Here’s a list of our favorite Celtic castles.