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Fancy your own Game of Thrones castle?

The final season of ‘Game of Thrones’ has officially kicked off and it looks like winter is no longer coming – it’s here.

Off-screen, it’s starting to cool down too. So what better way to stay warm than in your very own castle? There are some epic ones currently on the market in the same filming locations as the hit HBO show.


The ruler of the north lives at Winterfell, which was filmed in several locations including Northern Ireland and Scotland.

Picture: Helen Sloan/HBO

Winterfell is set alongside Kingsroad, which leads from The Wall to King’s Landing. If you’re looking for a similar climate and castle, there’s one currently on the market in Fife, Scotland.

Earlshall Castle is a grand 10-bedroom abode spanning 53 acres.

The 16th century castle has a Winterfell touch inside with timber-clad walls, huge open fireplaces and traditional armour and coats of arms throughout.

King’s Landing/Croatia

Home to the Iron Throne, King’s Landing is where Cersei rules and plots how to take control of the Seven Kingdoms.

The city is located next to the sea and the castle where the Lannisters reside is overlooks the town below.

The real-life filming location is Croatia, which plays host to thousands of Game of Thrones fans every year.

To replicate life as a Lannister, there’s a medieval castle on the island of Sipan, near Dubrovnik, which could be your new home for 3.5 million Euros.

It has been fully preserved with a special restoration to maintain its 16th century style, which includes original stonework and wooden detailing throughout.

The covered patios are particularly similar to the ones seen at King’s Landing.


Pentos is located on the western coastline of Essos and is best recognised as the city where Daenerys and Khal Drogo meet for the first time.


Pentos was filmed in several locations across Morocco.

There’s a very special piece of history currently on the market in Morocco that we think Daenerys would be trying to take rule of.

Kasbah Tagountaf is seeking a new owner for 6 million Euros. It was once home to the Caid of the Goundafa tribe, who sought control of the Atlas Mountains at the end of the 19th century.

Perched on a clifftop, this ancient castle has views for days and would offer its next resident clear sight of enemies approaching.