Map Reference: S094436 (2094, 1436)
This castle may have been built in the 15th or 16th century but very little is known about it. It is situated about 3km outside Cashel, close to the main Dublin road.
The ground floor of this castle contains little of note except three arrow slits. The spiral staircase rises to the left of the main entrance.
The first floor has collapsed but the second floor is still there.
On the second floor there are 3 large windows, 3 arrow slits and the remains of 2 fireplaces.The 3rd floor has collapsed and so has the roof, but it is still possible to climb the spiral stairway to the top of the walls where there are the remains of a roof walk and a chimney stack.
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