My wife, granddaughter, and I visited here in late summer 2013. The site is not suited to people who have disabilities or any difficulty walking as there large stones strewn about the site. Not knowing the trespass scheme, I don't know how much goes to the landowner and how much goes to OPW. Any photos taken will need post processing to remove the clutter.
That said, there is a commanding view of the Atlantic from here. Excavation and reconstruction seem very accurate; and, if one is not planning a trip to the Skelligs,it may be the only chance to see an authentic Beehive hut in Ireland-most of the others are recent reproductions.
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