First of all, you must buy your tickets in town - several choices, and you cannot drive to the castle until the gate is opened (about 20 min prior = 110pm). Tours only once a day @ 130pm.
The road to the castle is not well marked, but lies through the first parking lot of the Redstone Inn....just after the bridge (don't pass the Inn). It was raining the day we went, and the road can be a bit perilous.....but isn't too long.
The 'castle' isn't that impressive from the outside, but quite lovely once you enter. I liked that the gal giving the tour allowed you to free-roam the halls and rooms, but did give great information and stories about the castle history.
I believe the hope of the towns people is that it will be restored as a B&B again....we shall see!
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