Weekend Tours

Weekend Tours

This September, Saturday and Sunday at 12 pm

Weekend Tours

Weekend Tours

This September, Saturday and Sunday at 12 pm

Weekend Tours

Weekend Tours

This September, Saturday and Sunday at 12 pm

Weekend Tours

Weekend Tours

This September, Saturday and Sunday at 12 pm

Weekend Tours

Weekend Tours

This September, Saturday and Sunday at 12 pm

Weekend Tours

Weekend Tours

This September, Saturday and Sunday at 12 pm

Weekend Tours

Weekend Tours

This September, Saturday and Sunday at 12 pm

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Tullynally Castle Gardens and tearooms will re-open on July 4th
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Tullynally, Castlepollard, County Westmeath, Republic of Ireland.
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Tullynally Castle Gardens will be practicing a safe re-opening following Government guidelines on Covid-19 including social distancing on the 4th of July. To better deliver on this we are using a staggered entry system and encouraging our customers to book online in advance so we can cater for you better. We are open 11-5pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Our Tearooms are offering light snacks and cakes with outside seating only and take away.
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In line with Government Phase 3 re-opening plans, Tullynally Gardens welcomes back all visitors. 11am-5pm, Friday, Saturday & Sunday in JULY, AUGUST & SEPTEMBER. Also Bank Holiday Mondays and daily in Heritage Week.

Tullynally has a Fáilte Ireland COVID-19 Safety Charter and our employees are committed to following the guidelines and undertake the measures to ensure Infection Prevention Control for Tourism.

To keep our staff and visitors safe we will be facilitating social distancing, hand sanitising, and other safety measures: Numbers permitted entry will be monitored & managed in accordance with social distancing guidelines.

We are requesting contactless payments are made for Tickets and Tearoom purchases where possible. Protective screens have been put in place at till points to protect all visitors and staff. The Tearoom staff will be happy to arrange takeaway of purchases, but we will be grateful if all litter can be put in bins or brought home.

Let’s keep our Gardens beautiful!

 

elcome to the Gardens at Tullynally. Like the castle itself, they date back over 350 years. The Pakenhams (later Earls of Longford) settled here in the 17th century and three generations still live here as their family home. The layout of the gardens and magnificent parkland date mainly from the early 1800s, but the present owners, Thomas and Valerie Pakenham have added many new features. Take the main path to the walled Flower Garden and visit the llamas and the stone “Nandi" (sacred Indian bulls) next door or take the path to the Grotto with fantastic carvings by a local artist. Or follow the Forest Walk to the Chinese garden and onto the Lower Lake with its pair of swans.

Everywhere you will find superb trees and views – and pretty ornamental summer houses to rest in. For tree enthusiasts, there is a special Tree Trail to follow and for children an exciting Treasure Trail to explore.

After exploring the gardens, we suggest you return to the sunny Tearoom in the Castle Courtyard which offers teas, coffee and delicious homemade food throughout the day – And don't miss the splendid family coach on display. 


As the castle itself is still a private family home, it is not open to casual visitors, but guided tours of the main rooms can usually be arranged for groups (minimum 20) – E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Tel: 00353 (0)44 966 1856

There are also regular guided tours at 3pm on Sundays of the splendid Victorian kitchens and laundries giving fascinating details of Life Below Stairs in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Tickets available in tearoom or book online HERE.


E-mail:info@tullynallycastle.ie Tel: 00353 (0)44 966 1856