The Graveyard on the Abbey grounds.
The remains of a monk's fishing house built around the 15th or 16th century. The house is built on a platform of stones over a small arch which allows the river to flow underneath the floor. There is a trapdoor in the floor in which the fish may have been kept fresh. According to local tradition, a line was connected from the fishing house to the monastery kitchen to alert the cook to fresh fish.
Closeup of stone carving of Rory O’Connor, Ireland's last High King. This carving sits on a doorway that leads in to the Cong Abbey.
Info courtesy of Wikipedia