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While staying in Donegal we visited the castle. Now, I use a rollater so being able to go in to and around the castle was impossible for me. The ground is not suitable for people who like myself, need the use a rollater, plus the...More
So looking at this castle from the outside, it does not seem much of an attraction.
For the small entrance fee, you get a whole lot more than the scenery.
The tour is expertly guided from the grounds through the easily imagined 3 storey first...More
This is a great little castle steeped in history. You can easily get this taken in in under two hours. Records show a structure here from 1200 onward, a castle from 1474 to 1607, Donegal was the power seat of the O'Donnell. Rory left in...More
This Castle caught my eye as I drove into Donegal. We parked up at the car park at the head of the Lough and wandered up. On arrival we were handed a small guide and told where to enter.we entered through the storehouse and meandered...More
My daughter and I had the great fortune of staying at Donegal Castle in the fall of 2017. We were treated like royalty by every staff member that we had contact with. Our room was lovely, the food was excellent and we enjoyed a tour...More
We popped in here on a very drizzly Saturday afternoon. We were just in time for a tour starting, I'm so glad we went for the tour.
Our tour guide Mark was excellent. He was friendly, funny and full of interesting facts. The castle itself...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... 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.