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Nice quiet village

Nice to wander around with the remains of an old plantation castle. The town is especially nice in... read more

Reviewed 11 January 2016
nice little village

very clean and tidy, friendly people, nice chip shop, very clean, good hardwere store, an a... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2012
veronica r
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12 Jun 2017
“The castle ruins are a must”
18 Jun 2016
“An oddly melancholy place.”
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Reviewed 12 June 2017

The village is in a quiet backwater but it's worth searching for the ruined 3-storey castle which still has its arched entrance way and guard rooms intact. Yes, the castle does have an air of melancholy, heightened on our visit by the drizzle and the...More

Thank Matsudana
Reviewed 18 June 2016

The village is a very nice one, friendly people, little shop, nice chip shop. Not a melancholy place at all but the Castle itself, well its ruinous state is a relic of the terrible 1641 rebellion, during which the most appalling sectarian massacres of all...More

Thank belfastconfetti
Reviewed 13 March 2016

Very keen to catch up on this very historical castle so visited today. What a quality castle ruin............it must have several dates of architectural finish..............just no information of any interest on site...........why? Very disappointed. Surprised that the local council do not see this as a...More

Thank FloArmagh
Reviewed 11 January 2016

Nice to wander around with the remains of an old plantation castle. The town is especially nice in summer when they enter the Ulster in Bloom competition and you could see a car engine bay filled with flowers! Parkanour Forest Park is quite close and...More

1  Thank markusTyrone
Reviewed 4 July 2014

Davisons bar is a lovely family run pub. There is a lovely welcome the minute you walk through the door. There is also a lovely little family food store and a chippy which comes in handy after a few drinks. Best thing is the pub...More

1  Thank gerry028
Reviewed 20 February 2014

Little to see or do here. Couldn't find the castle. Signposted down a road but no castle in sight. Must only be a rock left! Little village for passing through - shop and chip-shop. Little else.

3  Thank small_fish_big_ocean
Reviewed 3 September 2012

very clean and tidy, friendly people, nice chip shop, very clean, good hardwere store, an a brilliant butchers!!! an two shops an a post office, lovely churches, an very pretty flowers in the street, nice public bar, eith wk-end music, for all age groups,

3  Thank veronica r
Reviewed 30 July 2008

Hey I live in Castlecaulfield and it is lovely...it's very quiet and has one main street with two churches, a pub, a shop and a post office. It also has a park and the Castle as mentioned above is just beside this. I am getting...More

7  Thank Kellie-Marie L
Reviewed 13 April 2008

The Village of Castle Caulfield in Tyrone, Ireland is a wonderful town to visit. The ruins of the castle, built by Sir Toby Caulfield in the 12th Century are in the middle of the Village - as if to rise up out of the middle...More

6  Thank The-World-Trek
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