Knappogue Castle (Irish language: Caisleán na Cnapóige) is a tower house, built in 1467 and expanded in the century, located in the parish of Quin, County Clare, Ireland. It has been restored and is open to guided tours.
We stayed here - the whole place is rentable; it's a gorgeous property and a fine base for traveling around the area. County Tipperary is one of the most underrated regions of Ireland -- it is very beautiful.
"Fiddaun is a century Irish tower house in the Kiltartan barony, one of four O'Shaugnessy castles. This tower house is most noted for its well preserved inner bawn wall and situated between Lough Doo and Lough Aslaun near the modern village of Tubber.
Carrigadrohid Castle, County Cork, IrelandCarrigadrohid Castle stands on a rock in the middle of the river Lee. It was built in the century by the MacCarthys of Muskerry, with an extension to the east and an annex to the north being added in.