This room is situated on the first floor of the original castle tower. It offers a comfortable and spacious setting newly renovated to a high standard with a 5′ four poster bed, while keeping the historic feel of the building. The O’Reilly bedroom contains a cut stone fireplace and would have probably been used as a medieval upper hall. It now boasts a comfortable ensuite bathroom along with the 16th century arrow slits.

Named after the famous Myles “The Slasher” O’Reilly, who died defending the bridge of Finea against General Munroe and Cromwell’s army, Myles stayed in the castle the night before this historical battle.

The size of the room is approximately 14′ x 15′.

Ross Castle Accommodation - O'Reilly room