Thursday, June 25, 2009

Audley castle/Window Views

Window Views

Hosted by Mary :

We went geocaching in this area. unfortunately we did not find the cache even with the use of the GPS on my husband's phone. It also starting raining so I feet in particular got really wet and uncomfortable.
But we had a nice drive, stopped off for hot drinks and scones at Paddy's Barn on our way home, we saw another part of Northern Ireland and I got my Window views - so a good Sunday Afternoon out.

Audley's Castle, is a 15th century castle located 1 mile (1.6km) north-east of Strangford, County Down, Northern Ireland, on a rocky height overlooking Strangford Lough.[1] It is a three-storey Tower house named after its 16th century owner, John Audley.[2] Audley's Castle tower house and bawn is a State Care Historic Monument in the townland of Castleward, in Down District Council area
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