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Bone China

Do you have Bone China? Would you like to donate to Ardgillan Castle?

Ardgillan Castle is now asking you to donate any Bone China Tea Sets

you may have. Your support will allow us to continue our services to the

local community. We are now introducing Afternoon Tea and to provide an

all new experience here in Ardgillan we would like to keep the experience

of a friendly welcome, a relaxing atmosphere in an amazing historic ambiance

to soak up the environment and character of an Irish manorial estate.

Contact us at Ardgillan on 01 8492212 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Paintings by Jeffrey DeVore & Cherie Hacker

Pop upstairs to see our gallery space currently showing

paintings by, Jeffrey DeVore & Cherie Hacker for the

month of April.

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For more information or bookings phone 01 8557113

http://www.activitynation.ie/ardgillan/



The Rose garden at Ardgillan Castle is now open!

Our Spring hours have come into place!

Park Gates close at 6.00pm

Playground closes at 5.15pm

Tea rooms last servings at 4.00pm

RTE's Callans Kicks recently shot a segment here, have a look at our 

beautiful dining room and the private beach. (contains some colourful language)

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When Nationwide visited in May 2013


Ardgillan Castle and Demesne  


Ardgillan Castle and Demesne is situated in North County Dublin on an elevated coastline

between Balbriggan and Skerries, 20 miles north of Dublin City. The demesne is well

signposted off the M1.

Rose Garden

The park consists of 194 acres of rolling open

grassland, mixed woodland and gardens,

overlooking the Irish Sea with views of Mourne

Mountains to the north and Lambay to the

south-east. Ardgillan is a sanctuary for many

species of animals, mammals and birds for

which the wooded areas provide a safe retreat

from surrounding agricultural land.

 

Today the demesne is a stunning visitor attraction with a range of facilities the public can

avail of, including;

      • Castle Tours
      • Tea Rooms (wheelchair accessible) and Playground Shop
      • State-of-the-art Children's Playground
      • Children's Parties (Historically themed)
      • Magnificent Gardens
      • Garden Tours (Pre-booked)
      • Spectacular Cycle and Walking Paths
      • Medieval Stocks and Tudor stand-ins
      • Art Exhibitions
      • Civil Ceremonies (weddings)
      • Room Hire, Conference and Workshop Space
      • Picnic Areas
      • Public Toilets
      • Expansive Wide Open Spaces.
      • Free Car Parks
      • Disabled Parking

The main car park is located close to the demesne entrance at “Blackhills”, while a second car and

coach park, adjacent to the castle is open for castle visitors for

restricted use and disabled access.

 

Playground

The gardens are in three main parts, the formal Rose

Garden and the Potentilla collection to the west of the

castle, and the walled garden to the north-west which

contains herb, vegetable, fruit, and ornamental sections.

 

The state-of-the-art playground was opened in 2006 and

has over 30 pieces of play equipment to enjoy from cradle

swings for the very young to a large climbing space net for older children (under 12).

 

Newsflash

Classes List For Spring Now Available.

Click here for more details.

Civil Weddings

Why not book your fabulous Civil Wedding at the amazing Ardgillan Castle?

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Castle Images


Email: ardgillan.castle@fingal.ie       Phone: 01 849 2212   Fax: 01 849 2786