Taylor Swift spent Christmas at this exclusive Irish castle

EXCLUSIVE: Pop superstar enjoys Christmas in Limerick castle 

EXCLUSIVE: Pop superstar enjoys Christmas in Limerick castle 

The Limerick Leader claim that the "Bad Blood" singer spent the festive season at the luxurious Glin Castle in West Limerick along with Alwyn, star of Mary Queen of Scots and The Favourite, with the pair's romantic break flying under the radar of locals.

A source told Goss.ie: "Before Taylor's arrival, staff at Glin Castle had to sign a non-disclosure agreement, to protect her identity during their stay".

Glin Castle has reportedly hosted a number of celebrities in the past.

The couple took in some of the local scenery as Joe Alwyn posted a picture on Instagram of what appears to be the nearby Knights Walk.

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A stay at the castle costs a pretty penny, as guests who wish to rent it with full staff on hand would be required to fork out a whopping £8,000 per night. The pop star reportedly fell in love with the Munster area of Ireland when she visited there prior to performing two shows in Dublin's Croke Park in June.

In fact, English actor Dominic West is married to Catherine Fitzgerald - who is the daughter of the castle's owner, Desmond John Villiers FitzGerald, otherwise known as the Knight of Glin.

The famously private couple had previously kept their faces covered or not looked directly at the cameras whenever they were snapped by paparazzi, noted Elle magazine.

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