Greystones to Bray Cliff Walk – Lord Meath’s Lodge, Toll House

There is much to see on the cliff walk from Greystones to Bray. I will have to return to look for birds and butterflies when the weather improves. There are a few historic ruins along the route. One such spot is Lord Meath’s Lodge. The building served the purpose of a toll house. The route was accessible to all on every day except Friday’s when the fellow himself used the route for his own private wandering.

The ruins of Lord Meath's Lodge, above Bray on the cliff walk... Co Wicklow, Ireland

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2 Responses to Greystones to Bray Cliff Walk – Lord Meath’s Lodge, Toll House

  1. Another thing I need to put on my must-see list! :)

  2. Map of Time says:

    Love this photo. So nostalgic and inviting.

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