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Plenty of rubbish and cans and seems to be a meeting place for lots of youths after 7pm in evenings.Visited twice last week in evenings and clear that tourists not welcome as large gang of youths in the ruins and another group in front of...More
Mallow Castle is a very nice ruin to visit if you're in town but I wouldnt in all conscience advise people to come to Mallow just to see it alone.
As nice as it is, you will have seen what there is to see in...More
Went to mallow castle last Sunday at around 5 o'clock , and it was a kip, rubbish, broken bottles, empty drink cans everywhere. But the timber sculpture of the dragon was spectacular, it alone was worth the visit.
It is free to walk through the ruins but the house next to it was under construction so you couldn't go into that part. It had a interesting wooden dragon throne sitting outside in the yard, not sure why it was there but it was...More
Located centrally in Mallow, this old castle ruin is quite large and the surrounding garden is nicely maintained. The old castle sits near the new castle grounds which in the summer is a nice place for a small picnic.
Only disappointments are; there was some...More
Not this much to say. I kind of really liked this castle. Or whats left of it. We went here a few times and I imagine that it's a nice place for a picnic in summer.
The wooden carved dragon is impressive answer took some...More