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We stumbled upon this friary as it wasn’t in any of our guide books. This was one of the largest In Ireland housing upwards of 600 monks in its peak use years. We were the only people there and it made for a surreal experience....More
This was indeed a special place on our tour. As others have said, it has no tour guide and only one sign to provide history. That said, it’s so peaceful that one can imagine while standing inside the roofless structure what life was like so...More
This is an old ruin, no glitzy artwork, no interpretive tourist leading people (thankfully) no roof, no food for sale, no bathrooms. It's in a field after you drive though winding, skinny, single lane roads. Originally founded in 1351, enlarged to its current form in...More
We were in a tour visiting connemara and it was one of the stops before arriving to kylemore abbey. I must admit that these ruins impressed me more than kylemore abbey. The site is well preserved. We can walk along inside walls and imagine the...More
Ross Errily Friary was eerie, yet beautiful at the same time. It's located out in the middle of a field, and is a nice view from the outside, be the real beauty is located inside the walls. Although its basically ruins, most walls are still...More
This was part of a tour that my wife and I took on a trip around Connemara. These roofless buildings have a lot of history that probably should be promoted more. The buildings themselves are wonderful and indicate different time periods in their architecture. Admission...More