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Inside this church, the walls have been stripped back to the bare stone which is not how this church was meant to be viewed as the walls are meant to be plastered. Interesting momuments on the walls to past local parishioners.
The Church is very pretty, with beautiful detail. As a lover of WB Yeats work, I wanted to see his final resting place. The Church is only a few minutes drive outside of Sligo and worth the visit. There is a lovely little Cafe and...More
Worth a 15 minute stop on the main road from Sligo to Donegal, this is the burial place of WB Yeates the poet. There is not much else to see unless you want to wander round the old graveyard with its collection of old Celtic...More
The visitor is immediately imbued with a sense of serenity here. A beautiful church and cemetery encompassed by a peaceful walled garden. There is a very moving memorial to Yeats outside the churchyard. The early 19th century church, built in the neo-gothic style, is full...More
My husband and I visited the church recently and it was so pretty! The grounds are well kept and the graves very old. We found it fascinating to walk around and read all the tombstones. We also visited the poet Yeat's grave while we were...More
This is such a beautiful church. I was in awe of the great craftsmanship of the interior. One of my favorite things on the grounds was the huge old celtic cross. It was a great place to wander around. The old headstones are always interesting...More
A quaint little church under the shadow of Benbulben Mountain.
The burial ground of W. B. Years “Cast a cold eye, On life, On death, Horseman pass by. Buried in 1939.
Nicely kept graveyard, lovely little church with a colourful back wall “Holy, Holy, Holy,...More