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A sad sad resting place

Firstly the area and the dolmen although small is impressive, my issue is it's literally beside a... read more

Reviewed 1 August 2017
Eamonn H
via mobile
Signposts should show distance to this Spiritual & Historic milestone, sat. nav. a must..

The journey, is as impressive as the destination..gorgeous rolling hills, amazing and unique... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2017
joecoughlan
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Galway, Ireland
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1 Aug 2017
“A sad sad resting place”
2 Jul 2017
“Signposts should show distance to this Spiritual & Historic milestone, sat. nav. a must..”
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Castlewellan, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed 1 August 2017 via mobile

Firstly the area and the dolmen although small is impressive, my issue is it's literally beside a working farm and the two times I've been two little kids have been doing donuts on quads, clearly they live in the house you can see in some...More

Thank Eamonn H
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Reviewed 2 July 2017

The journey, is as impressive as the destination..gorgeous rolling hills, amazing and unique scenery, on very narrow roads..well off the beaten track..maps and signposting wont get you back to anywhere recognizable...travelled 40 miles ended up back in the same place...though all gorgeous...no hurry...sat. nav. a...More

Thank joecoughlan
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Reviewed 22 May 2017

While we were in Newcastle we decided to have a look at this According to our sat nav it was 20 minutes from the hotel It takes quite a bit longer but to be honest its worth the visit as its been here for 4000...More

Thank Ulsterman61
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Reviewed 21 February 2017 via mobile

The dolmen at Legananny is free to visit. There is a lay by for free parking on the road side and a two minutes walk takes you up to the ancient burial site. It is a very photogenic site & on the day that we...More

Thank Nicola W
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Reviewed 17 August 2016

This really is an amazing sight...You will need to park at the Dolmen's small lay by and walk for about 5 minutes to see the Dolmen. You really do not want to miss it. Over 4000 years old! Make sure you wear shoes suitable for...More

Thank Garry H
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Reviewed 26 July 2016

If you follow the signs you will get there.....build it and they will come.....the dolmen rocks...you could fit a small animal under it...perhaps a medium sized dog, not one of them big ones you see down the town pulling on the leads but a nice...More

Thank John M
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Reviewed 18 March 2016

Stumbled on this spot whie out for a drive a short walk from the road but an interesting site and monument with a breath taking view. A great spot.

Thank Francis M
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Reviewed 29 December 2015

Not particularly well signed, not a lot of information about it but when found it is quite impressive.

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Reviewed 2 October 2015

Legananny Dolmen is well worth a visit. The area oozes history - it is the perfect place to stop off with a picnic lunch and spend time soaking up the peaceful energy - recharging batteries. It would be a good idea yo wear 'sensble shoes-...More

Thank mariposa888
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Reviewed 21 September 2015

One of the best Neolithic Portal Tombs in Ireland, perched on the slopes of the Dromara Hills, looking across the the Majestic Mourne Mountains, and the Irish Sea. Very easy to get to, with a small car park nearby. The closeness of the farm buildings...More

1  Thank BenrawJohn
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