Tullynally is a magnificent, privately owned castle estate near Castlepollard.
Explore romantic gardens set around one of Ireland’s largest
castles, with walled flower gardens, lakes, waterfalls and huge collection of
Tours of the castle kitchens take place each Sunday from April to September while tours of the gothic style castle are available to groups of 20 or more by arrangement.
21jul3:00 pmBelow Stairs Tours of Tullynally CastleTours take place at 3pm every Sunday from April to September.
Join your guide, Morag, for a tour of the kitchens of Tullynally Castle. Tours take place at 3pm every Sunday from April to September. Admssion €12 for adults and €6
(Sunday) 3:00 pm
28jul3:00 pmBelow Stairs Tours of Tullynally CastleTours take place at 3pm every Sunday from April to September.
02aug6:00 pmTreasure IslandChapterhouse Theatre Company presents Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island
Presented by the Chapterhouse Theatre Company, this is a brand new adaption of Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous swashbuckling adventure story of pirates and hidden treasure. The play starts at 7pm
When he stumbles across a coveted treasure map, young Jim Hawkins finds himself on an epic adventure in the hope of finding Treasure Island. But not everyone is to be trusted, and a dark secret is lurking on board the ship...
Secrets, pirates, gold: will young Jim Hawkins discover Treasure Island?
(Friday) 6:00 pm
Tullynally Castle Gardens
04aug3:00 pmBelow Stairs Tours of Tullynally CastleTours take place at 3pm every Sunday from April to September.
Tullynally Castle Gardens & Tea Rooms are open from 11am - 5pm, Thursday to Sunday (plus bank holidays) from March to September.Adult: €7 Child: €3Family: €18Please purchase your tickets
from the Tea Rooms.
Find out what other visitors had to say about Tullynally Castle Gardens.
Tea room to die for! Proper tea in a tea pot in proper cups & the best coffee & walnut cake ever (so good I took two slices home).
For history lovers, woodland walkers and garden fanciers - this is a great place to visit. Part of the former horse stables are being used as a coffee shop but it doesn't disturb the original feel or atmosphere of the location.
A gem off the beaten track, well worth a visit for a walk around the gardens. Also the connection with the Myth of the Children of Lir as Tullynally translates as the Hill of the Swans.
Bartle gave us a great introduction to the house and beautiful gardens. And Elaine from the cafe shop did miracles feeding our hungry mouths. All freshly prepared on site and served with a big smile!
Tullynally Castle is 82 minutes from Dublin, 26 minutes from Mullingar and 6 minutes from Castlepollard.Carpark Coordinates Latitude53.68267885Longitude-7.3270941412288355