Renvyle House Hotel

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Before it burnt to the ground, servants reported feeling like something menacing was always watching them. One haunted room involved a boy who was said to have committed suicide. After the fire, a man is sometimes seen in the mirror.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Renvyle House Hotel & Resort
Renvyle, Connemara
Co. Galway, Ireland

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53.609245471498625, -10.001488029956818
Nearest Towns:
Ardnagreevagh, IE (0.5 mi.)
Cashleen, IE (1.5 mi.)
Rinvyle, IE (1.5 mi.)
Tully Cross, IE (2.2 mi.)
Letter More, IE (2.2 mi.)
Dawros Beg, IE (3.0 mi.)
Mullaghglass, IE (3.2 mi.)
Dawros, IE (3.6 mi.)
Dawros More, IE (3.6 mi.)
Gowlaun, IE (3.8 mi.)


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  1. I was staying here one night, when I turned and looked and there was a man, broad and tall, and I could not scream because The fright over took me. after this experience I have never gone back there or even stepped on the street it was on. The man looked almost like this

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