Loftus Hall is a large mansion house situated on the Hook peninsula. It is Located on the right hand side as you drive towards Hook Lighthouse on the tip of the Hook Peninsula.The first castle was built on the site in 1170 by the Norman Knight Raymond Les Gros. He changed his surname to Redmond to adapt an Irish identity.The Redmond family built the Hall in 1350 during the time of the Black Death to replace the castle. It then became known as Redmond Hall.Redmond Hall became the property of the Loftus family in the 1650s as a result of the Cromwellian confiscations and this was confirmed after the Restoration of King Charles II of England by the Act of Settlement 1662. Redmond Hall then became Loftus Hall.
By taking a tour of the hall, you will learn the history of the hall through the ages, how the Hall has passed through many hands through the years and you will be a part of re-enacting the famous card game with the dark stranger that was the origination of The Legend of Loftus hall!The Day tour is a family friendly, interactive tour led by one guide,It may not be suitable for children under school age as some rooms are dark.For more information on the Tour and The paranormal lockdowns please visit the booking page. For info on all other happenings at the hall, please visit the events page.