This week for Thursday Doors I thought a view from the inside might make a change. Not sure what the black netting was for, possibly to keep flies out. The walkway outside the door was so narrow, it didn’t allow much room for taking photos. This is the interior of the top bedroom of Craggaunowen Castle, which was built by John MacSioda MacNamara in 1550. He was a descendant of Sioda MacNamara, who built Knappogue Castle in 1467. The castle is more accurately described as a fortified Tower House, which was the usual type of residence of the gentry in those days. To get to the top bedroom, you must climb a high spiral stairs but when you step through the doorway and see the view, it makes the effort so worthwhile.