We travelled to see Moyne Abbey on 30 September 2012 and it is worth the journey, beautifully sited and well preserved.
You need to cross two fields to see it and we found (a) that the finger sign had been turned, so we passed the road entrance and had to double back (b) that the entrance from the road has "beware of the bull" signs (there was no bull, just some friendly cows and calves) which looked like someone doesn't like visitors using a right of way to a National Monument and wants to deter them, (c) a mucky path, with wire across it, and (d) scarce information on the site itself, and no plans to help decipher the layout.
None of that should deter you from going, but maybe Mayo Tourism would have a word with the locals and the Office of Public Works and suggest that they both could do better.
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