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Intriguing .....

One of around 20 remaining round towers in Ireland, this is the tallest and begs the question of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
janeedington
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London, United Kingdom
interesting little place

A short 30-45 minute visit, as you can't really go into the ruins but can walk around taking good... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
bradziker1
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Worcester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

One of around 20 remaining round towers in Ireland, this is the tallest and begs the question of how the tower was accessed as a refuge as the doorway is about 7 metres off the ground. A lovely place to wander around, quiet, green and...More

Thank janeedington
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A short 30-45 minute visit, as you can't really go into the ruins but can walk around taking good pictures. No other tourists and some very friendly cows.

Thank bradziker1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Came across the ruins on the way to visit the Burren and took time to stop and look around. A very interesting extended site, you can walk around and explore. There is a car park and you can look around in your own time. Although...More

Thank eonaLondon
Reviewed 15 July 2017

It's full of interesting ruins, and you can get in, the people in the house across the street have keys for which you are asked to leave a deposit. It's supposed to have the tallest round tower in existence. Lovely to visit such a place...More

Thank fia-alexander
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

What an amazing untouch ed monastic settlement. It is a super site on the edge of the burren near Gort in County Galway. Free to enter. Great photo opportunity.

Thank fizzit12
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

Interesting place! Too bad we could not go inside of the ruins. It's actually a nice place for photos.

Thank Bianca D
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Kilmacdaugh is an early Christian monastery founded by St. Colman. It's a fascinating place to visit and to imagine what it must have been like to live in such a place. You can see the round tower and the holy well, as well as the...More

Thank Ellen G
Reviewed 29 May 2017

The Round Tower and Abbey at Kilmacduagh in County Galway is one of my favourite places and I was lucky enough to visit again last week. it's near the town of Gort in County galway and its an old monastic settlement with a fine example...More

Thank porterIreland
Reviewed 26 May 2017 via mobile

My husband and I enjoyed the ruin site on our recent trip to Ireland from Florida. It was fascinating to walk through the cemetery and remains of the cathedral. A great deal of history is found here. Recommend a stop here!

Thank vatikiotis
Reviewed 12 April 2017

I must say I found it accedentaly while driving from Gort to Burren directon. I stopped in this non-touristic spot. Its well prepare for visitors - there is a parking next by and information board about the monastery. It very secluded and quiet - thats...More

Thank karo_m83
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PJ C
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Response from Alex W | Reviewed this property |
Just find your way to Gort, it's not far out of the town. If you take the R460 out of Gort to Corofin, you can't miss it. It's on your right. Well worth a visit
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