Tully Castle

The castle is a perfect example of a fortified "Plantation" house. Built by sir John Hume, the Early of Berwick in 1613, it was later taken and abandoned in 1641. The partly cobbled enclosure has fortified walls and corner towers used as living quarters which have musket loop-holes. Inside the enclosure is a garden. The building has three floors. The castle turrets can best be appreciated by walking around the outside of the castle.

Useful information

Address : 

B127 Tully


+44 28 6862 1588


free of charge

Opening hours

Easter-end Sep: 10am-6pm - no charge.

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