Mallow Castle

Mallow, County Cork

A ruined castle located near Mallow, County Cork

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Mallow Castle stands on about 33 acres of gardens and parkland overlooking the Blackwater River. The castle is a rectangle building with polygonal turrets at the corner of the north wall. The prominent windows are square headed and there are musket loops in the walls. The castle was burnt down by the Jacobites in 1689 and fell into ruin.


Directions to Mallow Castle - Mallow

Located in Mallow Town.

Sat Nav: 52.134647,-8.638182

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

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