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Bonamargie Friary, Ballycastle

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  • Free access (open all the time) is through part of Ballycastle golf course, but is clear. Once you are in there are explanatory boards. There are no cloister remains - on the side that remains it is m...  more »
  • It's something you could easily miss. Parking is very small and looks like part of a golf course. Walk beside the green and over the wall on the right. Mostly gravestones And a nice ruined church. Unf...  more »
  • This 16th century friary has lots of history and stories to keep buffs busy, as well as being a really cool place to visit. See the Black Nun's grave and headstone. Also ghost stories. Lots of old hea...  more »
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  • Wow what a lovely place! Really interesting history and ruins. Parking for a couple of cars only. We got chatting to a local who happily informed us of a 'ghost' that haunts the place.....yeh right we thought....until our camera started glitching and the battery mysteriously drained from full in a certain part of the ruin!
  • Stopped here during our trip in Ireland. A definite must see if you are in the area! It is a completely free attraction on the side of the road. We had the place completely to ourselves. Great place to take in all of the history around you.