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St Patrick's Well is located near Clonmel a short distance south of the main Clonmel, Cahir road. It is an old religious site situated in a sheltered glen where a large volume of spring water continuously wells up from underground. The church was...more
West of Clonmel, off the N24 | 2 miles from Town Centre., Clonmel, Ireland
All reviewsbeautiful placenatural springwell worth a visithealing powerssunny daywalk aroundruined churchtake photoswater bubblessmall churchworth a triphidden gemgreat place to gopeaceful areawell maintainedwalking difficultiessummer or winter
I am biased as i live near this beautiful place. There is a ruined medieval church at this place and a natural spring. The water bubbles up from underneath. Real nice. St. Patrick is supposed to have passed through in the fifth century. Well worth...More
A beautiful spot to visit. Summer or winter. Quiet, peaceful grounds with natural spring water bubbling through. A place for a quiet retreat from the world for a few moments to enjoy the natural nature of your surroundings. An amazing place for photographers.
This is a hidden gem on the Cahir side of Clonmel town. It has limited parking on the roadside, then quite a few steps to get to the Spring. The area consists of a ruined church, a natural spring and a small green area. In...More
This was one of the highlights of my trip! I can't believe this isn't on almost every major tour. Its a beautiful little park with rich heritage. Feels like it should be in movies or something like that. We spent an hour just sitting there...More
Unfortunately the geographical reality of this beautiful spot negates access, the steps down are very steep and are difficult for anyone with physical difficulties, however just to stop at the top of the steps and look down... More
Unfortunately the geographical reality of this beautiful spot negates access, the steps down are very steep and are difficult for anyone with physical difficulties, however just to stop at the top of the steps and look down is a visual delight, this is a sight of senses, the sound of water, the sound of the wind in the trees, the peacefulness and spirituality that a site like this encompasses should deter no-one from visiting, even the birds will give you a cacaphony of sound to induce you, don't let revues of lack of physical access deter you, this is a place of senses))