Tearoom & Giftshop

The Tearoom at Tullynally is open 11am to 5pm. Covered outdoor and indoor seating available to enjoy wonderful coffee, teas and homemade refreshments. Contact Ana on thetearooms.tullynally@gmail.com for group bookings.

courtyard tearoom

Courtyard Tearooom

The Tearoom (which also serves as our Ticket Office) is set in the Castle Courtyard. You can reach it direct from the carpark (signposted) through the original archway through the old Georgian stable block. The Tearoom was once home to the Earl’s hunters and coachhorses and you can still see recesses for the individual stalls, and peer out through Georgian windows at his handsome clocktower.

The Tearoom is open the same hours as the Gardens and you can choose to eat either in the cosy tearoom itself or in the sunny loggia outside.

Treat Yourself at the Tearoom

Our gift shop

We sell a selection of books written by the Pakenham family and others, as well as our specially designed mugs and postcards. The Tullynally guidebook can also be purchased online HERE.

tullynally mugs

Gardens Open 28 March to 29 September

Just 80 minutes from Dublin by car

Opening Hours

Thursday to Sunday:
11am to 5pm
Monday to Wednesday:


Pakenham Hall Road,
Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath,
N91 HV58, Ireland
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Garden Tickets

Adults: €8.50
Children: €4
Family: €23

Season ticket form 2024

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What Our Visitors Say…

Westmeath’s hidden gem

We walked the gardens and forest walk in both warm sunshine and rain showers but it was magical the whole way around. It was peaceful, the view’s beautiful and the trees and flowers fabulous. The same compliments go to the tea room where we had luscious cake and coffee from really friendly staff.

Customer Review
August 2023

Good for the body and soul

Pure pleasure to stroll along the paths by wonderful trees, plants, flowers, and more. I look forward to returning to do the castle tour. Cafe had great cakes and lovely outdoor area, and staff were friendly and helpful.

Customer Review
May 2023

Beautiful House and Gardens

We visited Tullynally Castle to see the gardens recently. The entrance fee is 8e and is very worth it. With that you get a great map of the gardens. I think you can also request a tree guide, although we didn’t. The trail is well sign-posted, with lots of points of interest. The gardens are so beautifully maintained, but not in an overly manicured way. It was a lovely relaxing walk, and we enjoyed watching the Swans and signets on the lake and also meeting the Llamas. The cafe in the courtyard of the castle had lovely fresh Quiche and salad, fresh baked goods, soup, etc. and lovely coffee. Definitely worth trip if you are in the area!

Customer Review
June 2022

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