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Took a day trip over to Westmeath hoping to visit Tulynally gardens and happened upon the ancient site.....a stroke of good fortune as it is well worth the visit. Well maintained and easily accessable it is a beautiful old site and a lovely way to...More
Built on a big and surrounded by hills, next to a small village. The Priory is a ruin but there is still lots to see. People tie items of children’s clothing next to the holy well, seeking a cure. Easy parking, free to enter. Signage...More
interesting place to see.there is a well with a tree next to it .the wood can not be burn.and the water in the well will not boil.there is water that runs up the hill and not down.i parked my car on the road took the...More
Fore (from the Irish word fobhair meaning spring), today, is a small village with a few houses, two pubs and a shop. 1300 years ago it was home to several hundred monks, and as many as two thousand students. Founded in the mid 600's by...More
A local recommended we visit Fore and it was well worth dropping something off our "to see" list and making the drive to Fore Priory. The site has significant historical value dating back to 630 AD when it was founded. The ruins are all that...More