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Impressive remains of a 17th century fortified house with some interesting architectural features. Its history, and the story of its builder and owners, gives a fascinating insight into the complex and ever-shifting relations between the British and the Irish, or rather between their respective Lords...More
At last we were there when it was open! Great pancakes with fresh fruit and syrup. Husband enjoyed a delicious warm scone. Free tea/ coffee when combined with visit to castle. Read up on the history before arrival. Owners website pages are a good source...More
Wanted to find out more about the castle that had some connection to my family name O'Rourke. Fascinating History. Called in to the cafe first. Food was delicious. Tour guide was very friendly and informative and knowledgeable. Really enjoyed it.
My wife and I stopped in to have a late breakfast as our lunch. It was a beautiful, warm day, so we sat at one of the outdoor tables in as peaceful and pretty a setting as you can imagine, though the cafe interior looked...More
After stopping in Manorhamilton a local advised to visit the cafe at the castle. The cafe is located in the castle grounds. There is a car park next door which is free. The cafe has a great local atmosphere with great cakes and drinks. Along...More
The castle was closed the day we were there as it was a bank holiday so we only got to wander around the outside. The cottage beside the castle has a gorgeous garden and is well maintained. For a ruined castle, it still shows it...More
I was disappointed as the hours are restrictive. Beautiful ruins, great signs to explain its origin, the history of the place and the carnage thanks to its miserable owner. The gardeners home is gorgeous. Very well kept clean grounds. No bathrooms in sight.