Lissanoure (also known as Lisanoure)2090

Loughguile, Northern Ireland

Brief Description

Lissanoure is a late-18th-century landscape park. Two loughs are linked by two canals, surrounding the site where the house once stood with water. There is a shelterbelt and woodland around the lough and many 18th-century features remain.

History

A 14th-century castle was succeeded by later houses. The last house, of 1770, is now gone.

Features
Shelter Belt, Kitchen Garden, Glasshouse, Garden House, Dovecote, Gate Lodge, Icehouse, Lake, Canal
Access & Directions

Directions

Eleven miles east of Ballymoney on the A26, then the A44 north and a minor road east to Loughguile.
History

Period

  • Late 18th Century
  • 18th Century
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