Kiltyclogher, meaning “stoney bucket”, is a small village in County Leitrim, near the border with Fermanagh in Northern Ireland.
In the middle of Kiltyclogher village is a memorial to Sean MacDiarmada, one of the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising.
Less than a mile outside the village, Mac Diarmada’s three-roomed family cottage (pictured above) is open to visitors, with tours starting from Kiltyclogher Heritage Centre.
Prince Connell’s Grave, also known as Corracloona Court Tomb, is a megalithic court tomb dating from 2000–1500 BC, located outside Kiltyclogher.
If you would like to add any information or to advertise your business, please get in touch to feature on our website and in our ‘WanderPast the Wild Atlantic Way’ guide.