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- For the river, see Darry (river)
The location of Darry has not been shown by canon published maps. However, its approximate coordinates can be deduced from the text: it is repeated several times that it is close to Harrenhal. Its proximity to a confluence between the kingsroad and the Trident places it near Lord Harroway's Town. Darry is near the ruby ford.
Plowman's Keep is the central building where the Darrys have their apartments. The lord's bedchamber sits at the top of the keep and its window overlooks the godswood. The lady's bedchamber adjoins the lord's with a servant's cell between.
The Great Hall is not very large. The trestle tables are packed between the walls.
The sept is just off the castle's inner ward. It is a half-timbered, seven-sided building with no windows. It has carved wood doors and a tiled roof.
A Game of Thrones
On the outbound stop, Tyrion Lannister finds tapestries depicting the Targaryen kings which had been taken down and hidden away in the cellars for the duration of Robert's visit. On the return journey, the company uses Darry as a base from which to search for Arya Stark, who went missing following an altercation with Prince Joffrey Baratheon near the Trident. It is at Darry that Ned kills Sansa Stark's pet direwolf, Lady.
A Clash of Kings
Castle Darry is taken by House Lannister at the opening of the War of the Five Kings. It is retaken by forces of House Darry, but this lasts only a fortnight before Ser Gregor Clegane descendes upon them and puts the castle to the sword. The last of the male line of House Darry, Lyman Darry, is killed there. Tallhart men retake the castle after a short siege. They are ordered by Lord Roose Bolton to put all captives to the sword and the castle to the torch.
A Feast for Crows
After Lancel Lannister is installed as the Lord of Darry through marriage to Amerei Frey, daughter of Merrett Frey and Mariya Darry, the lands around the castle are inhabited and worked once again. However, a persistent outlaw presence continues to plague the fiefdom.