The upgrade aims to renovate and preserve the Newmarket-on-Fergus five-star and its 330-acre estate, cementing its reputation, boosting golf tourism and, of course, keeping up with the Jones's - in this case Adare Manor and Ashford Castle, both the beneficiaries of recent, multi-million euro refurbisments.
The four-year development plan, currently near completion ( "Working with the architects and conservationists, we have sought to carefully integrate any new features with the original historic structures of the castle," as Mark Nolan, Managing Director at the iconic castle, has put it.
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The man walking with the machete is typically a farmer (like the man we came across), or worker who has been slashing the lush vegetation. We ended up taking a photograph of our machete-carrying farmer and his dog.
"Many of the public rooms, such as the Drawing Room or Lower Gallery still look and feel as they would have done when Lord Inchiquin’s family lived here throughout the 1800’s,” he adds.
Some 100,000 guests check into Dromoland Castle every year.
Or just enjoy the interaction between Fijians and kids - it's heart warming.5 Machete wielding men are no threat The first time you see it, you will do a double take, as my friend Sharon did on her first visit to Fiji.
I'm talking about large, muscly men casually carrying a machete as they amble down the road.