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Steeped in history the story of Mallow Castle can be traced back to the 12th century when a Norman castle was first built on the site. Just over a hundred years later it was replaced with another and passed through various hands over hundreds of years until Sir Thomas Norreys, inherited the 6,000 acre estate in 1596.

It is now a ruins fortification, even though it resisted the besiegement by Mountgarrett in 1642, but was later captured by Lord Castlehaven and the Confederates in 1645, only to be abandoned soon after.

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