Glenveagh National Park had lovely scenery, pretty wildflowers, newborn pigs, a castle, and gardens.
The castle, unlike most we saw, is really a castle-style house. It was built in the late 1800s, after the age of castles was long over.

The tour offered great entertainment value in the form of a guide who appended "so it was" or "so they did" to every historical fact, and drew attention to the especially valuable furniture by tipping it so we could see the top. I wish I'd caught a bit of her on video, but of course photography is prohibited inside.