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Back again ...I placed a review in 2014 and although I wasnt staying this time, we were travelling up from Co Clare and stopped for a visit, see what's changed. Easkey just makes us smile. An amazing new cafe, wow 'Pudding Row' please dont miss...More
2nd time here and we enjoyed it even more this time. The village is very small but you don't come here for shopping. There's a picturesque river walk which takes you to the shore. There you'll find an old castle, walk further along and you'll...More
My son told us we were going to see the castle at Easkey. I thought 'ah, very good'!. We arrived and I thought yes. That's a castle. We followed the Grandchildren in to the echoes of Granny look at this fire place!! The castle looked...More
The people of Easkey are to be commended - they are trying to spruce up this little, godforsaken town any which way they can think of. There is a nice little shop, they have a nice little castle (a keep, really), lots of rocky beaches,...More
We just passed through Easkey on the way to iniscrone and decided to have our picnic there.
We went to the beach, which had sent really a beach as such, but there is a pier, panorama of the ocean, a small castle and lovely picnic...More
easkey became one of my favourite places to visit this year. Always take the scenic route after Screen, drive along the coast through the rugged fields until you get to the surfers - watch them ride huge waves, then walk to the castle right along...More
Beautiful landscape, on a clear day you can see for miles. The tower is a must, either for sight seeing or for taking in the surf. Fishing available to the patient, but bring plenty of tackle, snagged plenty of lines, said bye bye to expensive...More