We were a teensy bit disappointed when we realised that by "restored", they'd meant "slathering some concrete over the crumbling walls". Not that it wasn't a good idea- left a few more decades, the whole site would have disappeared to nearly nothing. But it was all bit less than we'd hoped for.
On the other hand, it was a nice day for a walk and the ruins were situated high on a hilltop with a great view.
Here are the only remains of the lower gate down in the village:
As you can see, there's not much left of the original walls of the towers.
It was far more lovely than the photo shows and stretched all the way across our valley in a perfect semicircle. I've never seen one so flawless.
Actually, there are a few lucky people who have managed to find and photograph rainbow ends. Kind of cool - but no pot of gold.