Tullynally Castle Gardens

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Tullynally has been the home of the Pakenhams, later Earls of Longford since the 17th century and the magnificent gardens and parkland have been created over 300 years. Terraced lawns around the castle itself lead to winding paths through woodland gardens to 2 ornamental lakes and a series of follies. The walled gardens beyond have dazzling herbacious borders and are now partly home to a family of llamas. Play area and special discovery trail for children. Light lunches and homemade teas available in a delightful sunny cafe in the castle courtyard.

Opening Hours.

Gardens & Tearoom: Open 11am - 6pm Easter Sunday, then Thursdays - Sundays and Bank holidays, April - September, and Heritage Week, .  Groups welcome at other times by appointment.

Admission charges:
Adults €6, Child (6-16) €3,

Family (2  Adults & 2 children) - €16, Children under 6 admitted free.

Season ticket - €45

Admission for groups (min 20) by appointment only, Entry (including Gardens) €12 per head.

For Tearooms contact CaToCa Fine Food on 0863005938

 

Facilities

· Guided Tours
· Toilet Facilities
· Wheelchair Accessible
· Car Parking
· Coach Parking
· Children's Play Area
· Courtyard Tea Room
· Gift Shop
· Group Lunches available on request

In This Area

Lough Derravaragh Holiday Park & Boat Hire
· Fore Abbey & Fore Trail
· Lough Lene Ringforts, Stiles and Mass Paths
· Mullaghmeen Forest
· Loughcrew Megalitic Cairns
· Belvedere House, Gardens & Park
· Mullingar Tourist Office
· Mullingar Golf Club
· Mullingar Swimming Pool
· Mullingar Health & Leisure Centre
· Mullingar Equestrian Centre
· Mullingar Arts Centre
· Lilliput Jonathon Swift Amenity Park
· Angling on Lough Ennell
· Harbour Place Shopping Centre
· Hotels, B&Bs & Self - Catering
· Restaurants, Bars & Niteclubs

Contact Details

Castlepollard
Co. Westmeath
Phone 044 9661159
Fax 044 9661856
Email valeriepakenham@eircom.net
Website www.tullynallycastle.com
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