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Nice short walk with great views

We parked in the signposted car park which is up the road a bit but there is actually space for... read more

Reviewed 19 February 2017
Dublin, Ireland
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We couldn't go to the caves that day, but they are amazing even from the bottom of the road. Good... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2017
Rafaela H
Dublin, Ireland
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Boyle Road (R295), Ballymote, Ireland
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Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

We parked in the signposted car park which is up the road a bit but there is actually space for about 3 cars at the front of the cave walk too. It's a nice short walk up with great views. The caves are really cool....More

Thank champkis
Reviewed 8 January 2017

We couldn't go to the caves that day, but they are amazing even from the bottom of the road. Good place to go walking during the summer or spring.

Thank Rafaela H
Reviewed 17 September 2016

Ok this is a new spot. Very simple, just drive up and then walk up. No center to greet you. There is signage to a car park – we never found the car park, but there was a place to park right where the trail...More

Thank awaywegowithkids
Reviewed 30 June 2016

The bigger caves are at the start of the path. Very muddy cave floor so if you have a spare set of clothes you can wriggle into the tight spaces. Bring a torch!

Thank Damien F
Reviewed 20 March 2016

These caves are easily accessible (with signage) from the Ballymore-Boyle R295. There is a small patking spot at the base of Keshcorran with enough room for three cars. If you make it down the road to the church, you've gone too far (we missed it...More

4  Thank mdmom54
Reviewed 24 January 2016

Lovely way to see the emerald isle in all its glory could see fields of green! Went around midday was sunny so could see for miles at the top! watch out for sheep poop! :D great wee walk! :D

Thank ShereenTipp
Reviewed 7 November 2015

There are 17 limestone Caves at Kesh near Ballymote Co Sligo. They are located half way up a steep incline on the side of a substantial hill and you can reach them by walking up a steep incline with an assent of about 200 meters...More

Thank Inscribe
Reviewed 22 July 2015

Nice climb up, stunning views on a good day. Plenty to explore if brave enough! Bring a torch, bottle of water and a stick!

Thank daydreamer2012
Reviewed 16 July 2015

Very interesting and unique place with superb veiws. A bit of a climb pretty steep in a couple of places but they dont last long. Not suitable for small children though. We followed the signs to the carpark and had to walk back 1km and...More

1  Thank cairns48
Reviewed 22 May 2015

tting out to explore the Caves of Kesh (or Keash), with the fairy-tale resonance in the name, always promises an afternoon of adventure. While the caves are hard to miss from the Ballymote – Boyle road (R295), especially when the last light of a summer’s...More

7  Thank Patrick W
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6 July 2015|
Response from Patrick W | Reviewed this property |
Yes its very suitable