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If you are in the Bushmills area to see the Giants Causeway, Kinbane is a great place to visit. We sort of lucked into discovering this castle ruin because of an Ireland travel sight. The castle ruin sits down below a cliff, on a small...More
This has to be the undiscovered gem on the North Coast. The castle ruins are relatively intact, but it’s their location right on the point of Kinbane head that makes it. You can almost touch Scotland as the waves crash around the rocks below. Stunning...More
This is a must see when you are near Bushmills. We lucked in to this spectacular find when we were too late to see Dunluce castle and the security guard recommended coming to see this. It is off the beaten tourist path so you have...More
Driving along the Causeway coast there are many sights to see and on a clear day the vistas are sublime. Kinbane castle is one of the sights worthwhile a diversion from the main road. The turn off to the parking lot well above the sight...More
Found this by accident whilst on our travels. Very beautiful little place but not for the faint hearted or arthritic as the climb down is about 100 steps and then there's the climb back up! Worth a look if you like a lot of walking...More
We were the only people at this castle for the first half hour we were there. It's not on the main tourist routes at all, and the effort of the steps back up to the car park is the only payment you make.
My favourite place in Northern Ireland
Amazing climb to get to the castle
I really enjoyed this and would highly recommend for any people who enjoy an adventure
Its slightly dangerous on a windy day but that adds to the beauty of the place
Well worth the descent and climb to get to the castle. Not much of it left but the view back up to th cliffs is stunning and it isn't too bad of a climb back. Spend some time when you get there just resting and...More
I was there about a month ago, it looked to me like there was always access. just a decent path with no locked gates and no staff- be prepared for lots and lots of steps. The American lady who rated the castle terrible may... More
I was there about a month ago, it looked to me like there was always access. just a decent path with no locked gates and no staff- be prepared for lots and lots of steps. The American lady who rated the castle terrible may not have got past the public loos - these look like they are always closed.