Barryscourt Castle

Carrigtwohill, County Cork

A medieval castle located near Carrigtwohill, County Cork

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Barryscourt castle is the 16th century seat of the Barry family. The present castle, with its largely intact bawn wall and corner towers, is a fine example of an Irish tower house. Both the First floor Main Hall and the Second Floor Great Hall have been extensively restored with fittings and furnishings reinstated. The Orchard has been restored to an original 16th century design and an herb garden has been reinstated in the bawn.


Directions to Barryscourt Castle - Carrigtwohill

Located near Carrigtwohill off the Cork-Youghal Road (N25).

Sat Nav: 51.905094,-8.259745

* Pictures; courtesy of photographic unit of the department of environment, heritage and local government.

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