Even though small this gives you an Idea of what a church is supposed to be and is supposed to do. It makes you quiet, and gives you a sense of peace and reflection.
This is a beautiful church. The stained glass window behind the main altar is stunning. I missed a service, but the acoustics would lend themselves very well to a classical concert. Lovely to pop into, especially in between our famous Irish "rainshowers"!
Adare is a small village. this is one of the major sites to see. lots of weddings. there is a lovely park across the street. seems like all the bridal party pics are taken at the park, then they walk to the abbey to get married
This lovely church is one I always visit when I'm in Adare. It's right in the middle of town and has a long and storied history. You feel transported back to 1230 when it was originally constructed. The Earl of Dunraven (Dunraven Arms hotel is named after him) restored it in the 1800s. This is a "not to be missed"... More
Right next door to the visitors centre. Pretty church is open to the public and easy to explore. Not all areas of the grounds are available to visit, as the rectory and school are private.
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