Lismore Castle has been the Irish home of the Dukes of Devonshire since 1753 and is possibly the most spectacular castle in Ireland. Situated in a panoramic position overlooking the Blackwater Valley it has views over rolling, wooded hills to the Knockmealdown Mountains beyond. Situated in what is often referred to as the Irish Riveria, Lismore Castle hosts the Lismore Music Festival.
The Lismore Music Festival has transformed the former castle stables into a beautiful setting. Every effort has been made to weatherproof the venue for the performance including a roof and heating, however, as we know the weather in Ireland can be unpredictable and the evenings do get chilly. Please ensure you bring appropriate clothes on the night.
Visitors/Patrons are not permitted to bring food and drink into the grounds of the castle. There will be delicious catering and a bar available within the castle grounds for the festival weekend.
Ihre Suche ergab leider kein Ergebnis.
Lismore, County Waterford
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Lismore is located in the western half of County Waterford. It can be accessed by train, bus, or car.
Intercity service to Waterford with Irish Rail
There are Bus Éireann (051-879 000) services in both directions between Lismore and Dungarvan (€5.10, 30 minutes) via Cappoquin on Monday, Thursday and Saturday, and a Sunday bus to Dublin (4½ hours) at 3.45pm. On Friday there are buses to Waterford (€12, 1¼ hours) at 5.40pm and Cork (1¼ hours) at 9.50am. Cork is also served on Sunday at 6.20pm except in July and August. Buses stop outside O’Dowd’s on West St.
Car to Lismore:
Situated in beautiful County Waterford in Southern Ireland, the Historic town of Lismore is well sign posted on the N72, the main route to Killarney via the picturesque Blackwater Valley. The town is 30 minutes drive from Dungarvan the county town, 45 minutes drive from Midleton and 60 minutes drive from both Waterford and Cork Cities.
Castle Stables, 300 Sitze