Kylemore Abbey, Ireland
Colorful hostel in Killarney, Ireland
Towers in the garden at Ashford Castle, Ireland
Ireland: Dingle "Clochans" or Beehive Huts across the road from the Dunbeg Fort. The "City of Fahan" has many ruined drystone rock huts abandoned during the Irish famine. Their age is unknown but the corbelled roofs (overlapping rings of stone) that gives them their beehive shape date back at least 5,000 years. You can view these after paying a fee to the private land owners.
A Clochán is a dry-stone hut with a corbelled roof, dating from the early Middle Ages or earlier. Most archaeologists think these structures were built on the southwestern coast of Ireland since the Bronze Age. They are most commonly round beehive huts, but rectangular plans are known as well.