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Inch Abbey, Downpatrick

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Religious Site · Historic Site
Inch Abbey (Irish: Mainistir na hInse; Ulster-Scots: Änch Abbey) is a large, ruined monastic site 0.75 miles (1.2 km) north-west of Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, on the north bank of the River Quoile in a hollow between two drumlins and featuring early Gothic architecture. The site is mostly in State Care and is at grid ref: J477455, off the main road to Belfast.
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  • Great photo opportunities to take of the Abbey ruins & the beautiful surrounding area. Dog friendly. Car park nearby. Free admission. Recommended.  more »
  • Beautiful grounds and picturesque views. Quiet, peaceful, easy to get to and most importantly, dog friendly!  more »
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  • Took a Game of Thrones tour here, which was awesome! Just some walls and foundation now. Has great views. Would go if you've got a spare half hour.
  • Lovely site, with great historical presence! Walked down to the Abbey to see Game of Thrones tour all dressed up shouting King of the North! Inch Abbey was Rob Starks camp in GOT season 1.
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