Hotels? So plebe. Anyone who's anyone is now lodging at an Irish castle. Take this, Clontarf Castle in Dublin—perhaps you'd consider naming your first born Clontarf. No? Anyway, rooms start at $225 a night, which is actually cheaper than staying a Marriott in midtown Manhattan. Plus, you've got history (the place was built in 1172), a bucolic setting, and a $13.9M renovation that's yielded some pretty sweet modern interiors. Design Crave's got plenty of other options this castle just doesn't have you at hello.
· Top O' the Morning: 10 Irish Castles to Spend the Night [Design Crave]
· Accommodation [Clontarf Castle Hotel]