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Cromwell's Bridge

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Bridge Street, Kenmare, Ireland
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“small river” (3 reviews)
“nice photos” (2 reviews)
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Bridge Street, Kenmare, Ireland
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353-64-41233
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Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

Lovely shaped bridge ... gentle river babbling below ... very scenic... short stroll into Town Centre ...

Thank Daisy603
Reviewed 26 October 2017

Kenmare has a wealth of history and just steps out of town was this charming bridge. Be sure to stop and see it, and the ring forte and fairey tree nearby.

Thank JypsiJ
Reviewed 4 October 2017

You find this little bridge on exploring the town, it is set in a small piece of natural parkland but worth a look.

Thank SueAitken
Reviewed 20 September 2017

We were walking from The Kenmare Bay Hotel on pathway to Kenmare town centre. It is a very well surfaced and signed walkway. Cromwell's Bridge is signposted just off the pathway and near to the town. It is a must see because of its unusual...More

Thank bredalooney
Reviewed 17 September 2017

A very short walk from Main Street the bridge is located on Bridge Street & across the street from Lady's Well. This over 800 year old bridge is something to see. The bridge has a high arch shape with grass growing on it. Beautiful setting...More

Thank Debra C
Reviewed 4 September 2017

Make the effort to discover this hidden gem. Imagine 11th century daily life as it crossed this bridge to and fro over the river. Not named for Cromwell but maybe for "cromael" or moustache because of its shape!

Thank TravelingMac60
Reviewed 30 July 2017

so cute!! worth the stop and look at this crazy small bridge. it really is a hidden gem. sometimes you hope for more but it was nice

Thank jhoway2go
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

Loved this little spot on my painting trip. The bridge itself was fascinating with grass growing out of the top and from the front seemingly impossible to climb. However there are no benches and no signposting to the far side of it which is less...More

Thank Jandreeg
Reviewed 13 June 2017

This is a charming and mysterious ca. 11th-century arch bridge, which somehow still stands. It actually has nothing to do with Cromwell as the name may derive from an Irish word. If you appreciate ancient architecture, this is well worth a visit. One can walk...More

Thank CalcuttaJim
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Nestled in a particularly peaceful and quiet spot just off the main street of Kenmare this ancient bridge bears no relation to THAT Cromwell, predating him by an few hundred years. Nonetheless its an atmospheric spot and a great photo opportunity. Amazing how well constructed...More

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