Kiltinane Castle was the seat of the Cooke family in the 18th and 19th centuries. Lewis describes the castle as the seat of R. Cooke, it "consists of an ancient circular tower .... and a residence erected on the old site by the late E. Cooke". In the mid 19th century the buildings were valued at £38+ and held by Robert Cooke in fee. Noted by Slater in 1894 as the seat of Robert Cooke. Sold by the Cookes in the 1920s to Mrs le Terrier, Kiltinan Castle now belongs to Andrew Lloyd Webber.