This castle is an old castle in Slany, a private castle belonging to the Royal Irish nobility, and now it has become a museum with a restaurant in the basement. The entire castle is made of piles of stones. It is very strong and it is definitely a place worth visiting.
Slane castle in Slane is an old castle with a history of more than 800 years. There is a large area of his original lawn and the scenery is very beautiful. The decoration in the castle is also very elegant, with many valuable paintings and furniture. The ground floor was developed into a high-end restaurant. The surrounding physical walls make this restaurant have a different style, which is worth experiencing.
Slany Castle is a medieval castle with a history of more than 500 years. It has now been converted into a castle restaurant. This restaurant is very famous and high-end in Ireland, and the environment is very elegant, with a sense of mystery and a sense of history. Of course the food cooked here is also very good. Even if you don't come to taste it, it's worth visiting.
I have seen too many castles in Ireland, but the one I like the most is Slane Castle. Outside this castle belonging to the Irish noble Conyngham family and between the winding Boyne River, there is a wide open area. Natural lawn with slopes. The owner of the castle, Earl Henry, must be the most fanatical and happiest super rock fan. Since 1981, he has initiated N concerts on this lawn, including a series of star-studded names in the history of rock and pop music— —U2, Rolling Stone, Gun Flower, Red Pepper, Queen, David Bowie, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Santana, Springsteen, REM, Oasis, Bon Jovi... The regulars here are great U2 band, U2 lived in the castle for half a year in 1984 and wrote their album "Unforgettable Flame". Coincidentally, 7 years later, Slane Castle really lost a fire. Fortunately, the fire would not cause damage to the main body of this stone castle. It was reopened after restoration in 2001. There are furniture, furnishings and old photos that have existed for hundreds of years in the castle, but what I love most is those windows. The lush hills outside the window can't be seen to the end, like a landscape painting. When a concert is held on the grass outside the castle every year, every window facing the stage is probably a great place to grab the head.