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Great old castle in fab location with stunning sea views and a fun hour but massively overpriced for what it is. Compared to other castles very little extra on offer. You can just about spend an hour here. Wrap up warm as due to location...More
We passed this castle by last year and thought we weren't missing anything. This year we stopped on a beaufiful October morning and were so glad we did. Well presented with great signage explaining what you are seeing you can almost see the castle as...More
Set on the breath taking Northern Coast the ruins of this castle are magnificent. The complete setting is beautiful and they have done a great job of providing information about the castle without intruding upon the original structure. Well worth the price of admission (which...More
This was a wonderful ruin, with enough information that, on leaving, one had a good overview of the various lords who owned the castle and surrounding grounds and how many met their ends as the next would-be lord chopped of the former's head! Many elegant...More
Upon arriving at Dunluce Castle, I was surprised at how large it is! We were happy to pay several euro a piece to get in, although I wasn't really impressed by the "presentation room" with a short video - you could probably just skip this...More
So worn out from our exciting Giant's Causeway and Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge visits, with the sun going low in the sky and our stomachs growling we headed toward food. The sky and views spectacular on Coastal Causeway Rd. Could we fit in Dunluce Castle. Where...More
This is one of the most spectacular views in all of Ireland....the enormous ruin right on the cliff with the surf and rocks below and the view of the cliffs stretching in both directions. Good grief it was gorgeous! We spent some time here and...More
We didn't have time to take the tour or walk to the castle, so instead we parked at Magheracross Car Park nearby. At the car park, it you walk to the fence -- as far as you can go towards the water and towards the...More
This castle is haunting and daunting to think people built this to have a part fall into the sea. Such a beautiful photo opportunity in ever corner of the facility. I took a number of pictures and very easily could have taken many more. Early...More
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I am not sure - you would have to check their website. We went in September because they warned many of the sites close in September after the tourist season. If you get to go - go in early morning or at or near dusk and... More
I am not sure - you would have to check their website. We went in September because they warned many of the sites close in September after the tourist season. If you get to go - go in early morning or at or near dusk and have a good camera. Just a beautiful photo op.
It doesn't take long, but is definitely worth seeing. It's a small castle, but each "room" has an information board. If you want to read all of these and go through each section, plus stop to admire views and take... More
It doesn't take long, but is definitely worth seeing. It's a small castle, but each "room" has an information board. If you want to read all of these and go through each section, plus stop to admire views and take photographs, an hour is plenty. The path down to the caves below was closed when we were there, so I don't know how much time that would add.....15 minutes at most, I'd guess. There's a tea room onsite which is supposed to be lovely, but we didn't check that out. If you drive down the road (.5 miles west) to Magheracross carpark, you can see even more gorgeous views with lots of photo opps. Definitely worth a quick stop since you'll already be in the area!