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Mallow castle ..at the crossroads of munster...here you will see the new castle...and the ruins of the old castle once owned by the jephson norreys underthe ruling ofvqueen elizabeth the first...on the vast castle grounds red deer can be found roaming the grounds...which were a...More
I was driving through Mallow with my wife out for the day picnic basket at hand looking for a nice spot to eat our picnic. We decided to have our picnic in Mallow castle. Car park free Saturday I was delighted that was a bonus...More
We were staying near Mallow so thought we’d check out the castle. We were the only ones there, which was really nice after Blarney and Cashel. Just amazing to think the structure has been there for 500 years.
Saw a glimpse of the deer, but...More
Excellent place nice walk in the grounds free entry.white deer.old ruins of mallow castle also big lawns.tree trunk art.a Dragon.lots of shops and coffee shops open in the town bars etc which are 5 mins walk from castle gate.
We stopped in the town of Mallow for refreshments on our way to our next stop. The pub we went to suggested to go to Mallow Castle...which happened to be really close to the pub. Being that we were on vacation and enjoy finding hidden...More
This place is really worth a visit if you are in the area, even walking through the town of mallow shows off a lot of history when looking at the wealth of period architecture! the older castle is in ruins and you can walk in...More
With a hyperactive young child driving us crazy on the drive between Dingle and th Rock of Cashel, we decided to make a lunch break in Mallow. The castle grounds were a lovely place to stretch our legs. Nothing worth driving hours for on its...More
On Saturday night last I travelled to Mallow Castle where the renowned Mallow Choir were performing from their vast repertoire. It is fantastic that this venue is at last being utilised as a centre of many and varied different types of entertainment. When Cork Co.Council...More