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This is off the main rd. And is well worth the effort. Winding roads get you back into this part of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Perry H
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San Diego, California
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What an evocative site!

We stopped off on our Ireland Road Trip to see Yeat's Tower - Ballylee. Great experience, good... read more

Reviewed 1 August 2017
Henry C
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This charming 16th-century mansion was restored and used as a home by poet W. B. Yeats in the early 20th century.
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“Vacation ”
1 Aug 2017
“What an evocative site!”
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is off the main rd. And is well worth the effort. Winding roads get you back into this part of history and once home to Mr. Yates. A nice river and bridge are part of this picturesque setting. A great add on to your...More

Thank Perry H
Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

We stopped off on our Ireland Road Trip to see Yeat's Tower - Ballylee. Great experience, good visitor centre with well trained and educated team, free beverage included from the coffee shop. One of those sites where you easily slip back in time, can feel...More

Thank Henry C
Reviewed 26 July 2015

The tour and attached cottage sit quietly along a stream on the just re-opened site. We enjoyed the cool castle that inspired Yeats as he longed for the lady across the way. Downstairs we shared a pot of tea while reading from a book about...More

Thank Abbe C
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