Muckrach Castle’s self-catering accommodation is arranged over four main floors and two tower rooms. All the upper floors, including the Great Hall are accessed by spiral stone stairs. There are five bedrooms providing accommodation for a maximum of ten people. The bunk rooms are compact, but have adult sized beds.
The front entrance door leads into a vestibule for coats and shoes, a WC and the start of the spiral stair. Through a small arch, a door leads into the magnificent vaulted stone kitchen and dining room. There is a large table seating 10 and a fully equipped kitchen for catering. Through a glass door into the conservatory there is seating for relaxation and enjoying the view. Large patio doors give access to the enclosed lawn area and beyond. A small stone spiral stair leads to the utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and unique spinning clothes horse.
Spiral stair leading to the Great Hall which has antique pine panelling, wood burning stove and traditional stone flooring. Comfortable chairs for relaxing and TV with DVD player for entertainment.
Spiral stair leading to master bedroom suite with antique four poster bed, wardrobes, wash-hand basin, free-standing bath and adjoining shower room with WC. The shower room can be accessed from the twin and bunk rooms on the upper floors.
Two twin bedrooms with wash-hand basins, feature seating, window seats and wardrobes. There is a full bathroom with shower over and WC on this level.
Between the second and third floor is a tower bunk room with adult sized bunk beds and quirky tartan décor. Above the third floor there is a second tower bunk room with adult sized bunk beds.
The castle benefits from central heating in the bedrooms and bathrooms. There is a wood burning stove in the Great Hall, for which an initial supply of logs is provided, as well as portable oil filled radiators around the building to maintain a modern temperature. Housekeeper is available nearby for any emergencies and to supply logs.
Free Wi-Fi is provided, with the hub situated in the Great Hall. The castle has very thick walls and the Wi-Fi may not reach all corners. There is ample parking for 3 or 4 cars.
Due to the unique and historic nature of the building, with two steep and winding stone stairs to the bedrooms, it is not suitable for those with mobility problems or wheelchair users. Young children should be supervised on the stairs.
Due to the unique layout of the building, with a steep spiral staircase to the bedrooms, the castle is not suitable for wheelchair users or people with restricted mobility.