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The Hell Fire Club is the name given to this former hunting lodge found on Mount Pelier Hill in Dublin, Island. Officially called Mount Pelier, the hunting lodge sitting atop this 383-meter hill was built around 1725 with the stone of rock cairns that previously occupied the site. The hunting lodge was used by members of the Irish Hell Fire Club, active between 1735 and 1741. Hell Fire Clubs across Europe were exclusive clubs for high society citizens and were often associated with outlandish and immoral behavior.
Featured on DIY Network's "Barnwood Builders," this barn lodge is a five-bedroom, five-bathroom rental home found along Guntersville Lake, Alabama. This antebellum cabin was renovated and restored to provide sleeping space for up to 13 guests. Guntersville Lake has been recognized as not only an outdoor adventure space but also one of the United States' best bass fishing lakes in the country.
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