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Ballysaggartmore Towers, Lismore

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  • Accessed via a woodland path which is flat and easy to walk but does have one reasonably steep slope as part of the walk. Surounded by beautiful woodland. Children will love it.  more »
  • Ballysaggart Towers are said to have come about as a man tried to keep his wife happy and her jealousy of her sister-in-law who lived in a bigger home than her. The towers are situated between Lismore...  more »
  • With the children great place to explore the children love the freedom and it great to run of and have a sense of freedom for them  more »
  • Beautiful place. Easy walk. Bring wellies in the winter
  • It is a nice place for a walk. The full circle takes about an hour. The Towers are interesting - an architectural folly built in the woods.
  • A long walk in the woods and kind of confusing directions to get to the towers. Once you arrive it is a little underwhelming but still very cool and worth the adventure!
  • Great scenery, the walk only takes 45min :)
  • nice place, worth for comming. just hard to navigate