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Views are fabulous and it is an easy place to pass the time waiting on the hourly ferry across Carlingford Loch. The history is well outlined on placards. The entrance to the car park is very narrow (1 lane) and you have space for about...More
this is a well preserved and presented building. History legend. Nice grounds. Fantastic setting. So close to the ferry. Views of lighthouse Cooley mountains in Meath and carlingford. One of the best views and walk round to green castle pier head and mill bay.
it is a good experience with breathtaking scenery lots of history and panoramic views very close to Kilkeel which has now the added interest of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex being the Baron and Baroness of Kilkeel.
Taking the ferry from Greenore/Carlingford is an...More
I’m not being bias but this is another place close to Were I live such beauty around us. Mountains ⛰ and the sea all rolled in to one.. 😍 ferry ⛴ just opposite the castle where you can hope on by foot or take the...More
Greencastle Royal Castle was just one of several stops we made on our way from Dublin to Craigavon. Getting to the castle isn't difficult, but make sure to take the correct driveway that goes back to it (there's another driveway right next to it, and...More
Came here last week with my Irish friends, my partner and our three youngest. We came across on the ferry from Carlingford and spent a good half hour wandering around. My friend told me that it has been greatly improved (safety wise) since he was...More
A hidden gem. This is opposite the new Greencastle to Carlingford Ferry. A narrow lane beside a private lane is the entrance. We were unsure if it was open. Strange in the way that a house is built feet away from the Castle. Drove up...More
Still a bit off the beaten path, but if you are taking the Coast Road from Warrenpoint around to Newcastle, you may want to detour down to Carlingford Lough (on the County Down side) for a look-see. It;'s my understanding that this was a companion...More