Continuing on the long way round to the castle, I get a chance to look back down an avenue of trees with daffodil blooms basking in their shadows. A sight to behold.
More wild flowers can be found close to the path and soon we enter tended gardens as the castle and surrounding towers come more into view. The flowers provide suitable distraction and soon I have almost forgotten the castle’s presence as one flower after another vies for my attention.
Tomorrow it is the turn of the tended garden and after a brief look up to the Castle it is on to discover Blarney House. My previous two posts on Blarney Castle can be found at ‘More than just a castle and kisses?‘ and ‘Blarney Castle Discovery‘. I hope you are enjoying this series.