Annagh Castle

Annagh Castle
Tipperary, Ireland.

CLOSED or PRIVATE

Annagh Castle is either closed or it may be a private property. Please refer to Visitor Notes for further information.


The ruin of the 16th century Annagh Castle is located on the shore of Lough Derg in County Tipperary.

The ghost of Edmund Roe O’Kennedy haunts the castle. Edmund was killed in the sixteenth century appears to those he fears are trying to locate treasure he concealed at the property during his life. Although he has been seen more than once, one well-known encounter took place in 1975 when he appeared to an archaeologist working at the site. The witness said that Edmund was moaning and that his spectre had a gruesome wound on his neck.

Visitor Notes

This location is rural residential/agricultural so enquire locally if you wish to visit and respect the area.

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Further Information

Venue Name
Classification(s)
Castle
Address
Annagh, Tipperary, Ireland
Admission Policies
Restricted Access

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