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Creeslough, from the Irish meaning ‘The Gorge’ or ‘Throat Lake’, is a village in County Donegal, overlooking an arm of Sheephaven Bay.

Doe Castle, a 16th-century castle of the MacSuibhne clan, which has recently been restored.

The castle is perhaps best known as the place to which Owen Roe O’Neill returned to command the Irish Confederate’s Ulster army in 1642 during the Irish Confederate Wars.

Ards Forest Park contains some megalithic tombs, ringforts and a Mass rock, as well as several small lakes.

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