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Glenarm Estate has so much on offer, and one of our annual visits to the Estate is Summer Madness- a wonderful Christian festival which celebrates goodness and compassion in the modern world.
Outside of Summer Madness, Glenarm has all of the charms of a rural...More
Attended the 2017 Dalriada Festival at Glenarm Castle today and had an absolute blast!!
The grounds of the castle came alive with music, song, dance, military displays,the best local food and drinks including a demo from Paula McIntyre and live demos from the Super Valu...More
We met up with family here and had a walk around the gardens, followed by lunch in the tearoom. The walled garden was delightful. I loved the veg beds and the greenhouses with fruit plants. The rills were a nice feature but the pond that...More
We did not know what to expect when we visited this castle but it was nice. You cannot go inside and at times you can't walk around the outside of the castle but it was opened the day we were there so it was nice...More
If you are a gardener you will not want to miss the Walled Garden at Glenarm Castle. With beautiful herbaceous borders, an herb garden and a grass pyramid we climbed for a fantastic view, the gardeners do a wonderful job. The vegetable garden was in...More
Visited the walled garden and tea rooms The gardens are well kept and stunning and the tea rooms are a gem in themselves offering quality food with friendly staff in a lovely location. The shop in the tea rooms has a great selection of high...More
I was at the new shop here today it was excellent. I spent nearly £200 on clothes. My friend and I then went to the Castle tea room which was very pleasant. When we had finished we decided we would go to the antique shop....More
We visited the Glenarm Visitors centre and asked about the area and it was suggested we visit the Glenarm Castle Garden. What a highlight -it was a beautiful walled gardens. There was a raised area in the gardens to get a great view across the...More
My friend and I were able to book a two night stay at the Barbican, the refurbished gatehouse for Glenarm Castle (sleeps 2). You book through the Irish Landmark Trust which also books other historic sites in Ireland.
The local caretaker met us to let...More
Glenarm Castle Tea Room
1.38 km away
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