When a white pub appears on your right, find a place in the car park on the left - you are at the Meeting of the Waters. Here the rivers Avonbeg and Avonmore join to create the Avoca. There is a viewing area at the confluence of the two rivers and the sight is stunning - provided you ignore the ghastly white behemoth of a pub acronn the Avonbeg. Planning permission should have been denied here.
Also in the small park you will find a bust of and monument to Thomas Moore - not the Renaissance churchman but "Ireland's National Poet" (as the monument claims). Moore wrote a poem on the location in the location.
Reclaim you car after a last look around and then head up the R752 towards Rathdrum and Avondale.