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Glenveagh National Park

Main entrance on R251, Ireland
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Absolutely Beautiful

Would recommend a visit here without hesitation, it is just amazingly beautiful. The scenery is... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Lisa W
Dublin, Ireland
via mobile
Stunning scenery

I didn't actually go into the park itself but the road leading to it and the scenery all around it... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Ellie M
via mobile
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Main entrance on R251, Ireland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Would recommend a visit here without hesitation, it is just amazingly beautiful. The scenery is breathtaking and the castle tour is really interesting too. The gardens surrounding the castle are gorgeous. Lovely little tea rooms for coffee and cake. We did the view point walk...More

Thank Lisa W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I didn't actually go into the park itself but the road leading to it and the scenery all around it is stunning!

Thank Ellie M
Reviewed 2 days ago

lots of history, walks, music and lots for the kids to do .. brilliant gardens with some old and very interesting plants

Thank seamusdoohan
Reviewed 3 days ago

The loose pebble walk from the Visitors Centre to the Castle is 4km (2.5 mile) with unspectacular views. The exterior of the castle is nice & the gardens are pretty. Free parking. You are not able to take dogs onto the mini-bus or into the...More

Thank Tigertribal
Reviewed 3 days ago

Came here on a sunny day. The family cycled/walked the 4 km from car park to castle. Gorg estate beautifully set out and maintained for tourists. Many themed gardens were just spectacular. Had a great day. Lunch in the Thyme canteen was lovely and generous....More

Thank Chewszewan
Reviewed 5 days ago

Honestly, if you want away from the world for some peaceful, breathtaking views - this is a must. There are different levels of trails. We done the easy blue walk trail. We had a good day for it. The castle and gardens are lovely too....More

1  Thank Ashley W
Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked to the castle, a 4 km walk, if i remember correctly, and were going to take the bus back... unfortunately by the time we got to the castle there was a 2 hour wait for the next available tour. It was a pity,...More

1  Thank popestcyril
Reviewed 1 week ago

Took a school tour here and it was just so lovely.. we also go there on day trips to enjoy the ruggedness of the place.

Thank Colette C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Have been here a number of times over the years and I've never been disappointed. There's so much you can do and the grand majority costs nothing. There are loads of picnics areas and there's a play area for children. There's an option for renting...More

Thank bf329
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth a visit in any weather! Set in a beautiful valley the estate has many fine walks - on the mountains if the weather is suitable or in interesting and unique gardens if the weather is rainy - the gardens offer some shelter. There...More

Thank Iretravel16
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Shirlene A
19 March 2017|
Response from trevor m | Reviewed this property |
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sarah G
7 February 2017|
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Response from kate2606 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. Take the N56 up to Termon (about 12km), then left onto the R255, (just under 6km) to a T junction with the 251, turn right on the 251 heading north. the entrance to Glenveagh is about 3.5 km on the left. Hope this is... More