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Take a look inside two of Ireland's swankiest castles as they go up for sale

Kilronan Castle in Roscommon and Lough Rynn Castle in Leitrim are up for grabs.

TWO LUXURIOUS CONNACHT castles have been put up for sale as a going concern.

Kilronan Castle in Roscommon is on the market with a guide price of €4.5 million, while the nearby Lough Rynn Castle in Leitrim has a guiding price of €3.5 million.

The four-star hotels have been offered for sale separately or together in one lot.

Kilronan Castle, with 84 bedrooms, is set on a 40-acre estate in Ballyfarnon.

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The hotel’s Douglas Hyde Restaurant overlooks Roscommon’s Lough Meelagh.

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The property comes with a fully-equipped gym, swimming pool and spa, as well as 48 holiday homes on the hotel grounds.

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Lough Rynn Castle is nestled on a 260-acre lakeside estate between Lough Rynn and Lough Errew.

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The castle has 44 bedrooms - 11 bedrooms in the main house, 17 in the stable area and 16 in the adjacent eastern range.

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The property features modern conference and banqueting facilities, as well as a grand ballroom and 16 adjacent holiday homes.

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Savills said the hotels, located within 40 kilometres of each other, ”represent a rare opportunity to acquire two profitable hotels steeped in history”.

“We anticipate very strong interest for both Kilronan and Lough Rynn Castles,” the real estate company said.

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