This was anciently the site of a ringfort named Cathair Gobhann, “the smith’s cathair”, belonging to the Uí Rossa tribe of Mogh Ruith. The castle was built in the 1420s by James FitzGerald, 6th Earl of Desmond, who bought the land from William, … Read More
Bowen’s Court was a historic country house or Anglo-Irish big house near Kildorrery in County Cork, Ireland.
An eighteenth century house with a largely early twentieth century garden. The gardens include a woodland garden with an interesting collection of rhododendrons, river garden, walled garden, wild-flower meadow and lily pond. The Walled Garden (originally an eighteenth century orchard) … Read More