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The townland of Castlehill got its name from a castle that was built in it. There are only ruins left now. Not a lot is known about the castle or whom it belonged to. It is said that there is a tunnel going from the castle to Gráinne Mhaoil's Castle, which is in Fahy. The castle was situated on the highest part of the town land near the sea.

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