Location – OS: S 222 780. Opposite from Ballagharahin wayside cross and N from Ballagharahin tower house.
Description and History – The present remains are of a medieval church but the site dates back to the early Christian period when a monastery was founded by St. Kieran. Only grass covered wall footing remains of this foundation. The medieval church is located in a graveyard and is 16.9m x 8.8m in size. A doorway remains in the S wall and a nice rounded window in the S wall. Another window survives also. Masonry has been reused as gravemarkers in the graveyard. This site is a national monument...there are more deserving sites.
Difficulty – Located on the roadside and has ample parking.