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Sat Nav: 52.28239 -6.95613

Guided Tours: Y

Parking: Y

Tel/Mob:
Patrick: +353 86 275 9149
Gretta (Tea Rooms): +353 86 375 9938

Dunbrody Abbey

 

Founded on the instructions of Strongbow, the 2nd Earl of Pembroke, Dunbrody Abbey was built in the late 12th Century. The
largest of its kind in Ireland, it flourished as a Cistercian monastery until the ‘Dissolution of the Monasteries’ under Henry VIII.

The visitor centre also hosts a Hedge Maze made with 1500 yew trees, a Craft Gallery with the Dunbrody Castle Doll’s House, Tea rooms and a pitch and putt course. Groups welcome, booking essential.

Address: Campile,New Ross, Co. Wexford

Guided Tours: Available on request. Contact Patrick.

Opening Times:  Seasonal – see website for details

Entrance Fee:  Yes – see website for details

Continue along the Norman Way…

Heading East: Ballyhack Castle    Heading West: Kilmokea Cemetery