Unmissable tourist sites
Mallow Travel guide
Mallow : Michelin's recommendations
Nicely located on the River Blackwater - also known as the Irish Rhine - Mallow is a busy town, with developed agribusiness. Rathduff (16km south) is known for its cheese. Built at the end of the 12C, the castle became the residence of Sir John Norreys, Lord-President of County Munster. From 1730 to 1810, Mallow was a famous spa town. Its male regulars managed to become known as the «Mallow Libertines».
Tourist attractions Mallow : Things to see and do
O'Brien St. IRL - Mallow
Fitzgerald (1872-1906) was described as a learned patriot, champion of the oppressed. The quotation engraved beneath the statue, «Ireland has not in our time lost a more able or unselfish young patriot,» is by William O'Brien.
Main St. IRL - Mallow
The fine modern church was built in 1824. The grounds hold the ruins of St. Anne's Church, for which the foundations were laid in 1291. Thomas Davis, the Protestant patriot, was baptised in St Anne's in 1814.
Main Street IRL - Mallow
This curious Tudor-style half-timbered building (1855) seems singularly out of place. Its four storeys adjoin the Clock Tower.
Main street IRL - Mallow
With a 20-metre swimming pool, a leisure club, and a bistro, The Hibernian Hotel is situated in the centre of Mallow. Guests can enjoy a modern bar and a coffee dock, just 30 minutes’ drive from Cork. Offering a flat-screen TV with cable channels, e..
Baltydaniel East IRL - Mallow (Cork)
Tucked away amid tranquil woodlands, Springfort Hall Hotel evokes memories of a forgotten era of gentility and charm.
Mallow IRL - Mallow NA
"This exclusive 49 bedroom hotel is tucked away amid tranquil woodlands and landscaped gardens. It evokes memories of a forgotten era of gentility and charm. There are many activities in the area to enjoy while staying with us for instance, Golf..