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My husband and I stopped here on our drive from Galway to Dublin and it was quite easy to find. I read about it from someone else here on TA and it was a nice stop for us to get out and walk around. There...More
Only accessible to the public by a 500-meter walk and well off the main thoroughfares, this was a lovely and serene place to visit on a beautiful June morning. There was not another person to be seen; my only company was the birds in the...More
The stone carvings remain in wonderful condition. The doorway is decorated with vine leaves, and angels and the figures of St. Michael the Archangel, St. John the Baptist, St. Catherine and a Bishop are represented. On the sides are carvings of a pelican, mermaid, deer...More
I have a particular crush on abbey ruins in Ireland and drag my husband all over the country to traipse about the stones and carvings. While not a large ruin, Clontuskert is well worth the visit, with some beautiful carvings and arches, as well as...More