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Old Augustinian Friary, Adare
(4.3/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
Old Augustinian Friary is located in Adare. Old Augustinian Friary is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Adare Edition.
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  • Originally, we had to see Adare Manor House, but the entire system is closed until next year because of restoration work. On the way to the Desmond Castle, we then passed St. Nicholas and decided spontaneously to see this! Wun-der-beautiful! The cloister is a little gem and the Church, which was closed for us in extra, has some interesting details to offer. The plant is a school today and we were on the last holiday weekend there. Therefore, I don't know to what extent that is accessible during the school years.
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  • Although not extensive, the friary ruins are rather interesting to visit. They're a little bit out of town but if you have time take the very short drive. There are a couple of nice photo ops. An adde...  more »
  • Not a lot to see, and very overgrown with weeds. Surprising, given that Adare is supposed to be one of Ireland's prettiest villages that the Friary wasn't better kept.