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The remains of a 12th Century Church near Ballyshannon County Donegal

The remains of the old church is beside the Old Water Wheels, St Patrick's Well and Catsby Cave all... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Paddy3716
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Ballyshannon, Ireland
so beautiful

still is there and our B&B was next to it , it gives me the idea that old buildings like this were... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Berniepaintings
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Elsloo, The Netherlands
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1 week ago
“The remains of a 12th Century Church near Ballyshannon County Donegal”
2 weeks ago
“so beautiful”
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A restored late 12th-century monastery.
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The Watermills, Ballyshannon, Ireland
353-72-51580
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The remains of the old church is beside the Old Water Wheels, St Patrick's Well and Catsby Cave all about a 10/15 minute walk from Ballyshannon

Thank Paddy3716
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

still is there and our B&B was next to it , it gives me the idea that old buildings like this were build by masters, because it is from the 11th century and it still stays it is only a wall but it is still...More

Thank Berniepaintings
Reviewed 4 October 2017 via mobile

We arrived and the place was closed theres was no parking available but we just parked along side of road lovely place to visit there are tearooms but they were closed we then went to st patricks well theres no proper pathway so i wouldnt...More

Thank Margaret M
Reviewed 14 July 2016

Everything is close, and the Abbey is worth a walk-by. Only the outside, as it is closed. Gorgeous area.

1  Thank Jpianoshop
Reviewed 19 July 2013

I grew up around here. It's magic. We were filming a short exhibition film about the local poet William Allingham with students and staff from the University Of Ulster.

1  Thank padraiclynch
Reviewed 11 June 2013

What a lovely little place to stop for a break. It is mainly shaded by trees and there is a cute water mill here, a cafe with drinks and snacks and a very tiny shop. Admission is free and there is a wonderful walkway and...More

2  Thank KenmareLisa
Reviewed 6 July 2012

A nice detour off the road. It was a serene stop with an interesting history. Great to photograph.

2  Thank Maxine C
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