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A road-trip stop

We saw this ruined church on the side of the road and just stopped. There is no great signage or... read more

Reviewed July 17, 2018
For the off-the-beaten path tourist

We were on our way to another place when we stumbled on this ruin. We had a funny experience... read more

Reviewed June 4, 2018
Rhonda H
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17 Jul 2018
“A road-trip stop”
4 Jun 2018
“For the off-the-beaten path tourist”
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Reviewed July 17, 2018

We saw this ruined church on the side of the road and just stopped. There is no great signage or website or any PR for this place, and no office or admission or anything. It's just a ruined medieval church littered with graves. It's hard...More

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Reviewed June 4, 2018 via mobile

We were on our way to another place when we stumbled on this ruin. We had a funny experience wanting to get in and not knowing if the fencing had active electricity. We were so silly sliding under the fence when you can get in,...More

Thank Rhonda H
Reviewed November 16, 2017

Saw the ruins of this church just off the road in the Burren and turned around to check it out. Didn't go inside since the cattle were in the field, but views from the little path (where one can park off the road) were worth...More

Thank JKorW
Reviewed June 14, 2017

Marked on some of our Burren maps as Templecronin, this fine 12th C ruin is well off the beaten track, barely marked and not visible from the road; but it was one of our favorite stops in the Burren. There are odd human and animal...More

1  Thank FuzzyCA
Reviewed December 28, 2016 via mobile

We just happened to drive past this church as the sun was setting. It caught my eye, we turned around and went back. It was so nice to be able to just walk out there and explore it for ourselves. It's so old and really...More

1  Thank Jillian S
Reviewed June 10, 2016

The best way to describe the church is hauntingly beautiful. There is no parking, but that's absolutely fine because this is the furthest thing imaginable from a tourist trap - just park on the side of the road and go explore! The building itself is...More

1  Thank Ause A
Reviewed May 20, 2015

One of the better preserved 12th Century Burren Churches. It's clearly visible from the road. Some wonderful views from the side of the church.

2  Thank Damian120
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