Mallow Castle

Mallow Castle
Mallow, Cork, Ireland.


Many thanks to L. Johnson for suggesting that I include Mallow Castle in this directory. I validate all suggestions and do my own research before publishing to see if there’s any more information I can share, so sometimes it can take a while for me to process them. Site users are (as always) welcome to suggest an amendment or to add their own experiences.

The original Mallow Castle is a fortified, late sixteenth century house, constructed for Sir Thomas Norreys – Lord-President of Munster.

Although the property is now in ruin, witnesses have reported seeing light emanating from the windows of the castle, and two spectral figures have been spotted walking along the avenue by the ruin at evening time. A phantom coach pulled by headless horses has also been sighted on the castle estate.

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Further Information

Venue Name
Castle  | Castle Garden
Castlelands, Mallow, Cork, Ireland
Facilities & Services
Car Park
Marked Walking Trails


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