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All reviews walled garden tea room fruit trees stately home full bloom open to the public great gifts superb attraction antique shop lovely coffee shop gardens are well kept antrim coast water features stunning gardens sunny day well worth the visit per adult
We spent several hours happily wandering around the castle trail and walled garden, in a setting so timeless and picturesque it was hard to remember it was 2018. If you take the castle trail, be sure to read about each of the marked locations on...More
Visited as part of a coach tour of the area. The tour of the Castle only comprises four rooms which is understandle as it is still a family home but we were made very welcome by the Butler who explained the various rooms, some history...More
We are fairly regular visits to Glenarm Castle and find the venue and gardens lovely and staff efficient and friendly. We have had good meals there so please don't judge it by one poor experience.
This relates to a recent meal advertised as sole served...More
Visited Glenarm Castle and grounds. Stunning scenery and spectacular views across the hills. A excellent coffee shop with good parking, a well stocked gift shop, and a confectionery shop selling large variety of homemade fudge. A great place to take family or to spend a...More
Stunning borders, fruit trees, glass houses, fountains and rills . Views of Forrest and hills at different angles throughout the garden.
One of the most beautiful gardens we have seen in Northern Ireland.
We visited hoping to see the gardens and particularly the castle but unfortunately due to a private function we were only able to see the gardens. They were absolutely beautiful, if you love your garden this is well worth the visit but despite whether the...More
Walled gardens are beautiful and the flowers are very colourful. It is all very well maintained. The apple and pear trees are interesting. There is also a kitchen garden. Gardener was very friendly.
However it is £6 each which is rather dear when there are...More
Visited on a rainy Sunday. Two adults & two kids. Well signposted. Parking plentiful. The entrance has a small shop and a big welcome on reception. You can go left into the tea room or pay to go right into the walled gardens (£6 per...More
Unfortunately my experience was not good. Were visiting gardens and tea rooms at a reasonable price of £6.00 each. The toilets were in the garden so told if we wanted access to those we would have to pay £6 to enter garden. (What if you...More
Just off the scenic coastal causeway route the gardens are a superb attraction (although we had thought from the description that we could visit the castle too, which you can't). However the walled garden is meticulously maintained with a wide range of plants and shrubs...More