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Nature
“7 acres of gardens with spectacular views of the castle comprising of 2 seperate gardens.”
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Entertainment
“The historic gardens of Lismore Castle are essentially two distinct gardens. Both are set within the castle walls and comprise of 7 acres with spectacular views of the Castle and surrounding countryside. The lower garden was mostly created in the 19th century for the 6th Duke of Devonshire, Sir Joseph Paxton’s patron. Meandering paths lead you through this informal setting of trees and shrubs and out onto open lawns. The stately yew avenue in the heart of the garden is much older than the garden itself. From the spring flowering magnolias and rhododendrons through to the later flowering shrubs and borders there is always something in bloom. Entry to the upper garden is through the Riding House. This walled garden was first constructed by Richard Boyle, the 1st Earl of Cork in about 1605, where most of the walls and terraces remain the same although the plantings have changed to suit the tastes of those living within the Castle. The garden is a mix of ornamental borders and productive areas, with vegetables, herbs, fruit and flowers grown for the kitchen and house. Throughout the garden certain plants of interest are identified with numbers with corresponding information in our garden leaflet. Since 1999 several pieces of contemporary sculpture have been installed in the gardens, including works by Antony Gormley and Eilis O’Connell. Your garden ticket will also give you access to Lismore Castle Arts, a contemporary art gallery, which displays temporary exhibitions of national and international artists. Please note Lismore Castle itself is a private residence and there is no public access. Lismore Castle Arts is sometimes closed for the installation of temporary exhibitions. Please see the Lismore Castle Arts website for full details. Due to the historic nature of the gardens and the naturally steep terrain of the ground, there are some unavoidable limitations on access for visitors who use a wheelchair or are less mobile, please call prior to your visit for further information. ”
  • 7 personas de la zona recomiendan
Bar
“Foley's On The Mall. is a restaurant and pub located in the historic town of Lismore, Co. Waterford. The premises was built in 1870 and consists of both upstairs and downstairs dining, a warm pub environment full of old world character as well as a fully heated outdoor Beer Garden that can be used year round.”
  • 6 personas de la zona recomiendan
Barrio
“Located on the blackwater river and famous for its castle and the Ballysaggartmore towers. ”
  • 4 personas de la zona recomiendan
Bar
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Cafetería
“Great cakes, nice friendly atmosphere, free wifi. Get there early for lunch made fresh and try the (savoury) tart of the day. Or morning coffee.”
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Store
“Tourist Office, theater, courthouse and more. Find out what's on while your here. The history is interesting.”
  • 2 personas de la zona recomiendan
Locality
“1- Lismore, Lady Louisa Walk This family-friendly walk will bring you along a wooded, riverside path and into the town of Lismore, allowing you to enjoy a peaceful walk while soaking up the best of Lismore’s heritage. 2- Lismore, The Monatrim Loop This scenic walk, following country roads, affords spectacular views of the Blackwater Valley, the Knockmealdowns, Lismore and the Vee Gap. 3- Lismore, Owbeg River This trail follows a mix of country roads and town streets, offering you the chance to experience both the peaceful quiet of the Irish countryside and some of the heritage and history of Lismore town. 4- Lismore, The Round Hill Loop The Round Hill loop follows the path of the River Blackwater, past an early monastic site (the first in Lismore), before veering away toward the town. Parts of this route follow country roads, so proceed with all due caution. 5- Lismore, The Towers Loop This wooded walk is ideal for families. Its picturesque location should entice adults, while children will be fascinated by the local lore attached to the Towers. 6- Lismore, Town Walk The Lismore Town Walk is a walking tour of this heritage town, highlighting the numerous historical and heritage sites throughout Lismore, such as Lismore Castle, St Carthag”
  • 10 personas de la zona recomiendan
Restaurante
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Library
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Point of Interest
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Premise
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Route
“This 800 year-old castle, with stunning gardens and art gallery, is open to the public from March to Sept, and can still be enjoyed year-round from the outside - only 15 mins away”
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Bar
“Foley's On The Mall. is a restaurant and pub located in the historic town of Lismore, Co. Waterford. The premises was built in 1870 and consists of both upstairs and downstairs dining, a warm pub environment full of old world character as well as a fully heated outdoor Beer Garden that can be used year round.”
  • 6 personas de la zona recomiendan
Restaurante
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