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One of the attractions that isn't on the coach tours. They stop on a bend in the road to take a photo from a distance. It's a great ruin, if you like ruins (we do), with views along the coast in both directions. The visitor...More
This is definitely worth a visit. So much of the building remains, including the manor house within the castle grounds that it is fascinating to see how people lived through the ages. Stunning views along the coastline. Well worth the stop.
The castle is beautiful and the views of the coastline from inside are stunning. However, we only spent 30 minutes there and saw the whole castle. If it had not been raining we would have had our picnic there but the visit would probably still...More
My hubby, two sons and I had a lovely visit here in August 2018, it was well worth the £15 to get in and walk around, really amazing to see the size of the place and the way it was built and the artists impressions...More
Although the postcard view is from the outside, it's definitely worth exploring the inside as well. Interesting history, and plenty of gorgeous views of the coastline to be had. A definite must visit in the area.
Absolutely spectacular location. A must-see. The tour is well worth it...the inside is just as impressive as the outside. Great information points really show you what life was like. Highly recommended this for a proper visit not just a photo op from the road.
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!
Did you ever get an answer on who could do the ceremony? I know there is a £30 fee to get pictures done at Dunluce Castle. I'm in the same situation. Getting legally married elsewhere, but would like to have a (non legal... More
Did you ever get an answer on who could do the ceremony? I know there is a £30 fee to get pictures done at Dunluce Castle. I'm in the same situation. Getting legally married elsewhere, but would like to have a (non legal) blessing ceremony at the castle. I'm having issues finding someone to officiate.