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Castle Dargan is a beautiful, rambling country estate on 170 rolling acres in W.B. Yeats’ beloved County Sligo.

The surrounding lands have been residence to many during five millennia, with extensive archaeological research bearing witness to stone age burial sites, and bronze age cooking and washing sites.

There is also a souterrain, an underground refuge and foodstore of early medieval farmers, and ring forts beside the 5th fairway and on the high ground above the 18th hole.

The old castle area is a complex of habitation from the 15 to 18 centuries and built on an earlier cashel or stone-built ring fort.

There are magnificent views of the Ox Mountains and the Castle is surrounded by woodland walks, nature and trekking trails.

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