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Dundrum Castle, Newcastle
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  • A piece of history nestled into Dundrum and a welcome addition to the local coastal walks. There is a convenient car park at the base of the castle. Recommend reading up about the history prior to you...  more »
  • Nice walk up to the castle. Lovely sheep and views a long the way. Even greater views from up at the castle. This type of ruin was just what I have waited my whole life to see! (I am from WA. State) T...  more »
  • Free spot to visit with kids or with family or friends. If you have a spare half hour or hour around the Newcastle/Dundrum area. Lovely views of the mournes and Dundrum bay that you won't get anywhere...  more »
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  • Great place for kids to let their imaginations run wild. Beautiful views and picnic area.
  • The village of Dundrum is great for walkers. There are greenway lanes through out the place. There is a coastal walk that takes you to the Nation Trusts Mourlough Nature Reserve. Above the village is the Ruin Castle. Good free parking & toilets.
  • Great place for an exploration with the kids.
  • In some fashion I carry the Magennis name, and being here was nothing short of magical. The views of the bay are beyond beautiful.
  • Always a pleasant walk leading to time of poignant reflection on the history of mankind. Offers exceptional views of the Dundrum Bay and Newcastle sea front as well as the Mourne mountains