When you enter the gates and see the ruins you will be fascinated. Beautiful castle ruins are dated back to 1280s but you can see how the complex have grown by centuries. There are many buildings in the complex. Unfortunately there was " Private " sign to go and check out the other newer mansion but I took a photo from the distance. Take a look at...more
So, as told before there are many buildings in this complex and one I was able to peek over the fences and take a pic. I think, its the newer mansion. Unfortunatrly there was " Private " sign on the road to this newer mansion. When I was wondering around the castle grounds, I noticed something moving in a distance - two deers...they were quite far...more
I read from the internet about Mallow Castle as one of the main attractions of town. But as I wondred around town without the map, I didnt know where is it located, until I came down to right from The Clock House and saw the entrance to castle grounds. I liked the little house on the left of the entrance. I dont kow...if it was the castle gate...more
It is a dominating building on the main street of Mallow. Your eyes will be drown to it.I liked the timber construction and clock. House was built in 1850s by the amateur architect. They think that the clock was taken from the old Mallow Castle. House seemed to be empty currently.more
This hotel is all about location, while the accomodation itself is fabulous, the hotle is situated...more
I did'nt stay there, just passed by...it looked so beautiful Centrally locatedmore
Exchequer Street Dublin 2, Mallow, Ireland
This little restaurant has become the best place to eat in mallow's town centre. The food is a mix of traditional irish and western dishes featuring fish, beef and vegetarian options all beatifully presented.
The small space is used brilliantly to create a romantic relaxed atmosphere.
The eraly bird menu features three courses and tea/coffee for just EUR22.50
Favorite Dish: My favourite dish has to be the goats chesse pastry with roast peppers and pine nuts, although i'm not vegetarian i still can't resist it, delicious!
I came to Mallow from Limerick. Had to change train in Limerick Junction.
Irish rail website gives all needed info.
Almost everywhere around the Ireland you can encounter grottos or shrines.
" Keep Mallow clean " is the slogan almost all the kids know in Mallow ( as seen from pic ). So dont drop anything :)
I like take pictures of details so here are some pics. In addition some old shop fronts.
Fondest memory: Walking around the streets of Mallow