Mulrankin Castle, Co. Wexford

Mulrankin Castle, County Wexford, in April 1986. 
A truly charming example of Irish vernacular architecture, with its white washed yard, small paned windows and red painted doors. 
The small tower house, covered in ivy, had a straight mural stairs and a vault over the first floor. Built from sandstone which had become quite eroded in places. No roof. 

A good small tower house to full height with its angle crenellations still intact. It is known to have had a hall and a bawn. Crease marks on the tower are observed where an earlier building was built up against – possibly the hall?