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Duiske Abbey, County Kilkenny

(4.6/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Such a simply restored abbey that presents a great spiritual location for a wedding. Grandeur, presence & a hundred thousand welcomes. Cead mile failte The oldest Cistertian abbey in Ireland.  more »
  • While attempting to visit a nearby restaurant that closes on Mondays we then went to nearest village looking for somewhere to eat. We ended up being urged by the waitress there to visit the Abbey. Nev...  more »
  • Visited here on the recommendation of the girl in the Coffee on High cafe. Well worth going to see. Met a very nice 83 year old man there who gave us a lot of interesting info about the abbey. The vil...  more »
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  • I strongly object to your previous reviewer. I was born and raised in this beautiful historic village. I've since worked and operated businesses in several countries and Graignamanagh is hard to beat. I can proudly boast that you can take the " man from the bog but you can't take the man from the bog" I'M HAPPY TO BE ONE OF THEM"
  • Nice Abbey but not a lot to see in the locality. Worth a visit for the history. Parking can be a problem though