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Glendalough Monastic Settlement Questions & Answers

County Sligo, Ireland

Are there wheelchairs available to rent from the visitor center?

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Athy, Ireland
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Not to my knowledge, sorry. That doesn't mean there are none, I am just not in need of one. The visitor centre number is +353 (0) 404 45325. Have a great visit!

over a year ago
Almere, The Netherlands
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Not really sure (as I don't need one), but believe hard to move around with one on the monastic site. The paths to the lakes are good for wheelchairs, though a some spots pretty steep

11 months ago
Almere, The Netherlands
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Not really sure (as I don't need one), but believe hard to move around with one on the monastic site. The paths to the lakes are good for wheelchairs, though a some spots pretty steep

11 months ago
Jundiaí, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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I have not seen there. I believe It is more secure to call the centre.

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Canberra, Australia
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The monastic site isn't wheelchair friendly. There are some paths in the parkland and down at the lough that may be suitable.

over a year ago
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