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All reviews walled garden tea room fruit trees full bloom open to the public stately home superb attraction antique shop tulip festival water features antrim coast lovely walk entry fee per adult well worth the visit wide range of plants herbaceous borders
Not paying £6 per person to see a walled garden and then be told that I am not permitted near the Castle. More NO ENTRY signs than anything else. I'd rather go to the Bangor Walled garden and Castle, FREE ENTRY ...... "The Walled Garden...More
Stayed recently in the new pods just up the road from the Castle - they are amazing and the view is stunning. They are definitely 5 star accommodation - the design and fitting out of the pods is quite stunning - everything has a place...More
We stayed in the newly opened pods at the beginning of August, and they were just lovely. The view in the morning was just lovely, and having your coffee outside while the kids are still sleeping is a real treat. We had arranged for dinner...More
On arrival struggled to find anyone at reception, decided to stop for a coffee at the tea rooms. Coffee, tea, Key Lime pie and a ham and cheese toasty £13. To be fair the toasty contained proper carved ham and local red cheddar, served in...More
The walled garden is a treat to wonder around. We followed the route around the grounds reading the information as we went and enjoyed it. Stopped for a coffee in the cafe at the end. Very friendly lady on the reception desk.
My husband and I have been going to the festival for years and always had a great day, sadly this year will be our last ! The admission price jumped up from about £10 each to £30 each. I think the reason for this is...More
This was our second visit to the garden. Scented old roses, truly beautiful herbaceous borders drew our attention. There are water features and the garden is divided into rooms by a vert of hedges. A great place to visit on a sunny afternoon.
The Castle again hosted the Dalriada Festival which has just ended. The main stage was right next to the castle and there were lots of food outlets around the stage and also the bar. There was a bbq competition and plenty of fun and games...More