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Dundrum Castle, Newcastle

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  • Very impressive Norman Castle which has been superbly kept and the majority of the infrastructure is still standing. It is easily accessible with good parking facilities and is open all day long. You ...  more »
  • We visited on a Friday to find all locked up and no opening time info displayed. Really bad for tourists. I managed to negotiate a fence and climb up most of way to top. Again not enough signage displ...  more »
  • Excellent chance to look round the ruins of a wonderful old castle with a commanding view of Dundrum Bay and learn more about the history of Ireland.  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