Don't be put off by the slightly outdated brochures because it looks nothing like the pictures anymore - it is a truly lovely spot to stop and visit. On the day we went (2 families) we timed it just right to tag on to the back of an organised tour - a stroke of good luck to say the least! Nobody seemed to mind so we followed around as the guide explained the purpose and significance of each site. It is a remarkable insight in to Irish heritage and the information helped bring it to life. Unfortunately we didn't complete the tour because the children were starting to get a bit niggly so we broke off and sat in the ringfort with our lunch. We finished the walk around afterwards and then set off back toward Kenmare. All in all it was a great place for a pit stop, the views were outstanding, it's not crowded and it was interesting without being overbearing. The reason we didn't give it five stars was because the walk at the start was a bit steep when you have a buggy. That said, once the intial 3 minutes of pain were done, it was worth the effort.
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