Castle Caulfield

Castle Caulfield is a large house built in the early seventeenth century on the site of a previous castle belonging to the O'Donnelly family. In the Irish rebellion of 1641, the house was burnt down and, although partially rebuilt after that, fell into disuse at the end of the seventeenth century. Even though a ruin, there are substantial remains.

Getting there

Travel east along the A34 from Newtownbutler/an Baile Nua to Clones and then the N54 to Monaghan/Muineachán. Continue northeast from Monaghan to Armagh/Ard Mhacha. The N29 north leads to Dungannon. It is located in the village of Castlecaulfield.

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