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Description The Castle Gate Hotel is located right in the centre of the medieval town of Athenry, outside Galway city. En suite bedrooms have free Wi-Fi, TVs and free parking. more

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“A castle for a prince”

published 12/01/2016

Advantageslovely design, fun for children

Disadvantageshard to get

...Introduction I came across this pop up castle in one of my local charity shops. It was all popped up, well presented in their shop window. My son loved the look of it and so did I, so we went inside to find out the price of it which was £8. It was in excellent condition so I bought it. I had been thinking of buying my son a new pop up tent as his last one was ruined by being left outside...

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“Rufus Castle”

published 13/10/2013

AdvantagesA wonderful historic ruin, excellent surrounding views, easy to get to

DisadvantagesNot fully open to public, most visitors only know of Portland Castle

...Introduction and History Rufus Castle, also known as Bow and Arrow Castle, is a ruined castle overlooking Church Ope Cove on Portland, England. The castle is a Grade I listed building, dating from the late 15th century, on the site of an earlier building (with origins dating from 1142) - making it Portland's oldest castle. Built directly off of the rock face, much of the original castle...

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“A Castle With a View”

published 17/09/2013

AdvantagesBeautiful location and no entry fees

DisadvantagesUnsuitable for those with mobility issues and no facilities at the castle

...Review of Skipness Castle. Located in a stunning position overlooking the Kintyre peninsula and the Sound of Bute in Argyllshire, Skipness is one of the many Scottish castles overseen by the Historic Scotland organisation. I visited Skipness in May 2013 with my partner whilst on a touring holiday of Scotland. Directions You really do need a car in order to visit this castle, there is...

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