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Reviews online said to go here rather than visiting the rock of cashel if you only have time for one - and that was our situation. I feel like we didn't plan for enough time here - the 30 minutes flew by and we could...More
Back in 2009 some college friends and I went ghost hunting and went Goare Abbey. I got pics and the images were scary. What an exciting place after midnight to go ghost hunting with night vision cameras
Saw this on our way out of Cashel and it was a fabulous little detour! There’s no tour or anything but you can just walk around the old abbey. You learn about it on the tour at Cashel, so it was neat to apply the...More
Lovely place to walk around and there is also the rock of cashel right beside it both are nice places to visit there is also plenty of cafes and resturants around for a bite to eat its well worth a visit
You can see the abbey ruins down the hill if you peek through the rock wall at the Rock of Cashel. Just take the path to the right as you exit, and you can walk down the hill and across the road to get to...More
On a whim, we took the exit for Cashel on the way from Limerick back to Dublin (saw the castle sigh). The Abbey is free (nice), has good access and reasonable parking (again it is free) - but it has a fabulous view from the...More
This is just a little walk down the path along the side of Cashel. It is delightfully quiet as most visitors to Cashel often miss it. There is a lovely walk around it and the site is so peaceful it is well worth stretching your...More