We were to early to go into the castle as it opens at 10 am but I must say a lot people were there at that time entry fee is £ 5.oo I think it may been worth it. The Scenery is magic round the...More
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We were lucky enough to stop by this castle while the sun was out and the views along the coast were amazing. There are lots of interpretational signs around explaining the different areas of the castle as well as depictions of what they would have...More
This place is drop dead scenic and has tons of history so its worth a visit. It is a ruin and it won't take very long to go through. It's a bit pricey at 13 pounds each for a ruin, but it's still worth a...More
Interesting castle with more of a 'stately home' feel to the ruins within the keep. A relatively small entrance fee and a history extending beyond the castle walls to an abandoned church across the road.
Stopped here as a bit of a time filler and was very glad we did. From a distance it looks like any old ruined castle, but when you go inside the amount of detail still evident is quite impressive. One area has a reconstructed window...More
Our small family of 3 visited here on 18 July. We all loved it. The staff were helpful and friendly. I could spend hours just looking at the breathtaking views.There is a real magical feel about the whole place. Great opportunities for photos. Nice little...More
Beautiful old castle. The view from the area is great. High enough to see the city of Portrush, and on a clear day the coast of Scotland. If you're going to the north coast this is a must stop
Ireland and Northern Ireland have a lot of castles. I didn't mind paying for this one. The views are outstanding and the history is fascinating.
We were fortunate enough to visit Dunluce Castle on a beautiful sunny day. The views from the castle were stunning. We watched the short video in the visitors center to get a brief history and sense of place. There was a wedding party having their...More