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- Holy Cross Abbey, Tipperary, Ireland (restored)
- Mount Melleray Abbey, Co. Waterford, Ireland (Trappist)
- Mount St. Joseph Abbey, Roscrea, Ireland (Trappist)
- Portglenone Abbey Church, County Antrim, Northern Ireland (Trappist)
- Mellifont Abbey, Collon, Co. Louth, Ireland (Trappist)
- Bolton Abbey, Moone, Co. Kildare, Ireland (Trappist)
- St. Mary's Abbey, Glencairn, Co. Waterford, Ireland (Trappist); the only Cistercian Abbey for women in Ireland
- Abbeydorney Abbey (1154)
- Abbeyknockmoy Co. Galway (1190)
- Abbey of Lerha (1205)
- Baltinglass Abbey (1148)
- Bective Abbey (1147), Co. Meath, Ireland
- Boyle Abbey (1142)
- Corcomroe Abbey (estd. 1205-1210)
- Duiske Abbey, Graiguenamanagh (1204-1207)
- Dunbrody Abbey
- Grey Abbey (1193)
- Hore Abbey Adjacent to the Rock of Cashel (1270)
- Inch Abbey (1177)
- Jerpoint Abbey (1180)
- Kilbeggan Abbey (1150) 
- Kilcooly Abbey (1182)
- Mellifont Abbey (1142)
- Tintern Abbey (County Wexford)
- Tracton Abbey (????)
- Abbey Leix (1183), Abbeyleix, Co Laois
Mainistir an Aonaigh (County Limerick) was founded in 1148 by Turlough O’Brien, King of Thomond.
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- Lalor, Brian, ed. (2003). The Encyclopedia of Ireland. Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-300-09442-8.
- Lydon, James F. (1980). Ireland in the later Middle Ages (Second ed.). Dublin: Gill and Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-7171-0563-2.
- Stalley, Roger A. (1987). The Cistercian Monasteries of Ireland: An Account of the History, Art and Architecture of the White Monks in Ireland from 1142-1540. Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-300-03737-1.
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