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A nice little shrine, but easy to miss. I wasn't really into shrines but we were visiting the pirate queens castle house up the road so we stopped. A short hike with good views and a cute shrine. Have a friend that is into this...More
You hear the water trickling , wind blowing, birds over head......amazing place of solitude and thinking.......take a dash of water and rub your neck and forehead.....say a prayer if you believe. I prayed for a sick relative.....he improved greatly the next day in the hospital....More
If you have time, walk down to the well and you will be visiting a little bit of Irishlife, whch is quickly disappearing (thank god says my husband). I found this area to be extremely moving and fascinating , in equal measure.
stopped here on way to Rosserk Friary.Its on the way,about 5 mins before the Friary.
Park your car and walk down a country lane to it/
I liked the fact its kept as it was all those years ago,peaceful ,quiet,no people,just the sound of a...More
I agree with all the other reviews of Marys Well but the standout thing about it is the fairy tree ( hawthorn) that grows out of the roof. Our guide a friend who lives locally says it was a place of worship long before Christianity...More
There seems to be some active ongoing discussion about the extent to which Mary's Well serves more as a testament to noteworthy and impressive events or a wistful bit of Shangrila or Brigadoon. The surrounding literature tends to cover all the popular base possibilities without...More
I visited here after Rosserk Friary. It is beside the friary. It is about a 10-15 minute walk off the road and there is car parking at the top of the walkway.
The walk itself is in great condition and ordinary footwear is fine.
Located nearby the Rosserk Friary there is a wrought iron sign pointing to a holy well. This holy well is called tobair Mhuire (Mary's Well) and it is unusual as it is located within a small church-like structure which was built around 1798 by local...More