Killeavy Castle is a Grade A listed 19th century castle located in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It was built for the Foxall Family between 1810 and 1820. It sits majestically on the slopes of Slieve Gullion and is the centrepiece of a historic estate comprising of over 350 acres of farmland and woods.
The Castle was bought in 2013 by Australian couple Mick Boyle and his wife Robin with plans to restore the historic castle building and surrounding estate into a luxury hotel, events and wellness centre.
Pollock Lifts was recently awarded the contract to supply five lifts (cabin & goods) to the project.
Killeavy Castle Estate is 365 acres – an acre for every day of the year.
Killeavy Castle has 52 windows – a window for every week of the year.