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29 Sep 2017
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25 Jun 2017
“Hidden Gem - Friendly Guide!”
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    Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

    Me and my friend just happened upon the castle going through Skibbereen. Luckily we did, and luckily the proprietor decided to come back as we pulled in front of the entrance. We enjoyed the untouched history and the one on one tour. It was the...More

    Thank tfl0res
    Reviewed 25 June 2017

    We thought we were in the wrong place when we first arrived! It is down a very narrow country track, and you feel like you arrive at someones house which you do! The castle isn't visible from the track so you will feel like you...More

    Thank Barton347
    Reviewed 14 June 2017 via mobile

    Castle Salem is a partly restored 15th century tower house. It's located just outside Rosscarberry village, just follow the signposts. We arranged​ a tour here by ringing the phone number which can be found online. Peter is as much a part of the attraction as...More

    Thank Ashimo
    Reviewed 6 November 2016

    About 2 km up a lane on the first turning right after leaving Rosscarbery towards Leap. You will eventually drive up a narrow driveway into a small yard and will wonder where the castle is. Mr Daly whose family have lived on the site for...More

    Thank Don C
    Reviewed 20 September 2016

    It's a little hard to find it based on the road signs but very well worth the effort. There's a good sign/poster in the square in Rosscarbery that shows the castle was well as other local sites. Peter gave us a fantastic tour explaining the...More

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