Relax and enjoy a drink from the bar and sample our delicious home cooking in the unique atmosphere of the restaurant and coffee shop. The castle is ideal for private functions, small wedding parties or to celebrate birthdays, confirmations or first holy
Through the castle's unique Medieval design, an intimate setting is offered for all your dining or party requirements. Friendly staff can facilitate your needs in any way and will do everything in their power to make your experience a memorable one. The castle maintains many different rooms which include the coffee shop, main restaurant, Kirby Room, lounge room and a recently refurbished function room on the second floor.
The Medieval banquet at Tyrrellspass Castle has been developed along the same lines as the world famous Bunratty banquet, albeit on a smaller, more intimate scale. The banquet is unique to the midlands and is proving very popular with visitors and locals alike as it combines a night of delicious foods and quality Irish entertainment in this intimate, Medieval setting.
I loved the restaurant at Tyrrellspass Castle that much, I had to feature it as one of my attractions in this Midlands and Lakelands chapter. Sat having lunch within this unique medieval setting really is an unrivalled experience. Having visited both Bunratty and Dunguaire Castle, and experiencing just how exciting and entertaining a medieval banquet is, I really did appreciate just how special Tyrrellspass Castle is. Over six hundred years of history resonates from every inch of this building and if walls could talk everyone would silent whilst eating there food. Martin and Ann the owners of the restaurant really have created a great reputation for their food, and every meal that I saw being brought out from the kitchen looked really appetising, and the smiles on everyone's faces as they ate, confirmed that fact! They also do medieval banquets here at Tyrrelspass, so why not book your seat, you won't be disappointed!
The magnificent parkland of Tullynally Castle Gardens, is surrounded by the emerald green hills, and silvery lakes of North County Westmeath. Dating from the early 1800s’, these beautiful gardens have been lovingly, and creatively enhanced by present