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Rosserk Friary, Ballina
(4.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • I noticed a signpost for Rosserk Friary and followed it. The friary is a long way off of the main road and is down very narrow roads. The friary itself is in a great state of preservation and there ar...  more »
  • Visited this Friary on a cold wet November day but it was well worth it. Down a narrow little road but well signposted.You can climb stone staircases to get an overview of the layout, all in all a rew...  more »
  • very nice site and beautiful ruins to a nice Irish ballad. For lovers of medieval history and for romantics
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  • Amazing hidden gem - very well preserved and greatest to wander around in peace and quiet, overlooking the River Moy. No doubt the Ballina Greenway will make this plan more popular with tourists once it's built, so visit it now while there's it's likely you'll have the place to yourself!
  • Great ruin which is freely accessible.
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  • OK if you like history
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