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All reviews self guided tour worth a visit short visit interesting history centre of town own pace quick visit manor house entrance fee located right restored information fireplace restoration opw clan furnishings
This castle has been well restored by the OPW and it was lovely to visit it. Only the main part of the castle has been restored but we found it easy to get around (some stairs to climb, so access for mobility is on the...More
Parking might be a bit tough, and you might have some trouble finding the entrance - but definitely work your while if you're a history lover.
The castle ruins and reconstruction is interesting and captures the rich history of the grounds.
If you are anywhere near this area the Donegal Castle is worth the time and effort to visit. The castle is full of history and they have very knowledgeable and friendly guides. The restoration of this very old structure was well done.
Wasn't in our direction of travel (Galway to Belfast), BUT we saw it on an episode of House Hunters International and thought "why not". So glad we did! We parked across the bridge and walked up to the castle. Self-guided, but interesting restoration. We spent...More
We came here on our last day. It passed an hour for us before we headed home. It’s a beautiful castle, we brushed up on our Irish history too. We also learned about things that happend not too far from where we live. So you...More
In the center of town this castle is small, but well restored and quite interesting. Walking through you can get a real sense of what it must have been like to live there centuries ago. Interesting following the history and ownership changes of the Castle.
Disabled / wheelchair users can see the grounds, the shell of the manor house next to the tower/keep and the ground floor of the tower which was used as storage. Some of the original cobbles and arched ceiling remain. The... More
Disabled / wheelchair users can see the grounds, the shell of the manor house next to the tower/keep and the ground floor of the tower which was used as storage. Some of the original cobbles and arched ceiling remain. The banqueting hall is only accessible up 2 steep staircases.