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A surprisingly wonderful tour visit, steeped in history, part home, part estate, part museum. I highly recommend this stop when visiting the Drumcliff area of Ireland. Historical characters and references are so interesting in a spectacular setting...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| Ballinful, near Carney/Drumcliff vicinity, Sligo, Ireland
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Took my mother here during the summer, was really impressed with the Voice of Women exhibiton, and the Countess Markievicz exhibiton - they're not just for history buffs, so interesting and well laid out, well done Lissadell. Mother and I were entranced. Had a great...More
We visited with my inlaws hoping to enjoy the day out and walk through the gardens. I remembered them to be really lovely but that is no longer true.
The house tour was satisfactory but we were all disappointed with the poor excuse for the...More
As a group of 48 Guests who had booked with a very helpful and friendly person Angela who I could not speak highly enough we were looking forward to our trip to Lissadell on Tuesday at 12 noon. I contacted Angela on Tuesday morning to...More
I confess in my ignorance, whilst I knew of Lissadell House and its historical connections with Countess Markievicz and W B Yeats, I thought it had become abandoned and a ruin years ago. So when visiting the Sligo area with my wife and two friends...More
We went because of interest in Countess Markevicz, whose childhood home this was, but the history of the whole family was fascinating, as well as the story of the house’s restoration. Several interesting exhibits in the coach house (although my husband complained of the lighting)....More
We had a lovely lunch before being given a tour of the house by a member of the Cassidy Walsh family who brought the house alive for my mum and me. The house is steeped in history, and restored in a very homely and welcoming...More
Enjoyed the visit with the Mount Stewart Volunteers. Fascinating history attached to the house with the many famous occupants and visitors. Very knowledgeable volunteer guide. Amazing collection of artefacts and documents relating to the 1916 Rising and Constance Markiewicz and her family. Lovely tour by...More
Response from ailbebeirnebeirne | Reviewed this property |
Euro 12 to access house, which can only be visited on a tour. These appear to take place hourly and last for 45 minutes. It is currently used as a family residence so upper floors are private. Most knowledgeable tour guides... More
Euro 12 to access house, which can only be visited on a tour. These appear to take place hourly and last for 45 minutes. It is currently used as a family residence so upper floors are private. Most knowledgeable tour guides, closely linked to famous Irish Women, the subject of the 2018 exhibition.
Response from irishindependent | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately the house is not wheelchair friendly because of the fact that it is old. The coach house where the cafe is situated is accessible though some of the museum/exhibition area is not (so far as I recall).