Loftus Hall

Attraction

Loftus Hall

The haunting beauty of the Hook Peninsula provides the backdrop for Loftus Hall. It is reputed to be the most haunted house in Ireland but the only way you'll find out is to come and visit. Visit Loftus Hall and take a tour of this abandoned haunted house with it's dark and troubled history. Let our tour guides take you through the ground floor on a 45 minute interactive tour, where they will relate the grim and often gruesome history of Loftus Hall, including it's notorious visitor.

Facilities at Loftus Hall:

Café, Gift Shop, Courtyard, Wheelchair accessible Free Wi-Fi

Bike Hire, Private Beach, Fairy Door Trail within the Walled Gardens

Parking,Toilets.

Author's Review

Loftus Hall claims to be the most haunted house in Ireland and if it were just the owners themselves that claim this, I would normally be very sceptical. However, absolutely everyone I have spoken to about the hall also claim it is not only the most haunted house, but one that fills them with absolute dread, such is the effect this house has on you. Once I knew this, being a believer in the supernatural myself, I scheduled my visit for an afternoon rather than an evening. My thinking was, 'how scary can a house be in the daytime' I couldn't of been more wrong! In all the years I have been writing these books, I have never once swore whilst visiting an attraction, however whilst visiting here, I did so twice out loud, and several times under my breath. Wether you believe or not, just standing outside the hall will fill you with trepidation, and just adds to the claim that Loftus Hall really is the Most Haunted House in Ireland.

 

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Hook Head, ,
New Ross,, Co. Wexford. Ireland

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