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Ramelton Travel guide
Ramelton : Michelin's recommendations
This quite attractive village, located on a salmon river, was founded in the early 17C by William Stewart. The tree-lined Mall, along the south bank of the river, opens onto the Square; warehouses line the quay. The ruined 17C church at the top of the hill contains an interesting Perpendicular-style bay on the east side, and Norman sculptures from the Isle of Aughnish.
Tourist attractions Ramelton : Things to see and do
Back Lane IRL - Rathmelton
Mackemie Hall in Back Lane was formerly a meeting house. Now it houses a family history research centre, named after the Reverend Francis Mackemie, who was Rector in Rathmelton before emigrating to Virginia in 1683, where he founded the first Presbyt..