Tullynally Castle.

In County Westmeath.

Tullynally Castle.


Tullynally Castle is the ancestral home of the Packenham family. The oldest parts of the building date from the seventeenth century, its present appearance can be attributed to the second earl of Longford when the house was remodeled in the Gothic style by Francis Johnston, with later additions by James Shiel. The third earl added two wings and a tower in 1840 by Richard Morrison.

Inside the house the octagonal dining room is unusual, in the basement is a massive boiler used to heat the house, it is alleged to be the first use of central heating in the British Isles.

The gardens were laid out in the eighteenth century, drastic remodeling was carried out in the mid nineteenth century, including a artificial lake, a kitchen garden, and a grotto.

Tullynally Castle

Co Westmeath
Tel +353 44 61159
Fax +353 44 61856
E Mail
Web Site

Gardens: Adults €5.00, Children €2.50.
Castle Rooms: Open to pre-booked groups (min 20) by arrangement. Admission (including gardens) €10.00 .
Gardens: Open May weekends and Bank Holidays and daily from 1st June to 31st August 14.00 - 18.00.

1.5 km outside Castlepollard on the Granard road 20 km from Mullingar.