Castle Dargan Estate is nestled on 170 acres of mature woodlands with breath-taking views.
Castle Dargan House and the Castle Ruins (located beside hole 3 in the golf course) bear witness to the wonderful sense of history that still exists in what is now a rare retreat for the discerning traveller.
The castle is divided into two sections that are 25m apart. The eastern section on the right is most likely the remains of the tower house’s main tower. The ruins are in the south east corner of the tower, and there are only two storeys left, but it would have been higher. A portion of a doorway survives, providing access to a stairwell lit by a series of slit windows. These lead to a shattered entrance to a first-floor chamber.
The remains of an angled passageway and doorway can be found on the ground level. This castle fragment was most likely a mural tower connected to the bawn wall. Between the east and west blocks, there is a curving section of a natural rock outcrop with partial stone-facing arcs, which is most likely the remains of the bawn wall. The remains of a number of 18th / 19th-century buildings and a walled garden, which were part of the estate of the 18th century Castle, can be found just to the south of the Castle Dargan House.