Lovely Tullynally Castle: 5 Fun Things to Know About this Proud Irish Landmark

Tullynally Castle is located in County Westmeath in Leinster Province.  It is one of the more impressive castles found in Central Ireland. 

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To reach Tullynally Castle in your own vehicle from Dublin Airport, prepare for a journey of about 75 minutes. Getting there is a breeze along the M4 and then the R394 to Castlepollard and the Gothic walls of Tullynally Castle.     

Things to Know About Tullynally Castle

Though known as an Irish country house, Tullynally Castle is far from an ordinary residence.

The Gothic castle in County Westmeath boasts a staggering 120 rooms, and it has been in the aristocratic Pakenham family for over 300 years.

Although Tullynally was built in the 17th century, it was given a major remodel in the 18th century, when it took on the Gothic style it has today.

Since it is a private home, visits to the interior aren't available to the public. However, you can tour the extensive gardens that surround the castle.

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