Dundonald Castle (Dundonald) Reviews
Description:Address: Dundonald / Ayrshire / Scotland / This fortified tower house was built for Robert II in 1371.
Newest Review: ... sights this will be a good trip for you. It is not a full days trip out i would say around 2 hours needed. When taken on a tour they explain in detail floor by floor each part of the castle with its history. There is information located on the walls and boards all around with a further insight in to the long history of the sight. I believe the price for the tour is good value for money.Its ... more
Customer Dundonald Castle (Dundonald) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/07/10, updated on 15/07/10 (Useful, 86 readings)
Dundonald castle is located in a village in Scotland called Dundonald which lies between Kilmarnock and Troon. Traveling from either direction you will find it very easy to locate ads it is well sign posted and also buses that run to right outside it. It is a beautiful ruin of a castle surrounded by scenic countryside. Anybody interested in Scottish history will enjoy it or even just to enjoy beautiful sights this will be a good trip for you. It is not a full days trip out i would say around 2 hours needed. When taken on a tour they explain in detail floor by floor each part of the castle with its history. There is information located on the walls and boards ... Read the complete review
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