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- Many stories are told about the Hill of Doon and the ruin on its summit.
Long ago, the hill was the haunt of fairies. People used to see and hear them playing on pipes and dancing. Butchers, with white aprons, could be seen coming out and taking with them lambs and sheep.
On top of the hill is an old ruined building. It is said that it was a summer house built by Geoghegan, first owner of the castle. It was supposed to have a glass roof.Note:- The ruin was built to commemorate the Repeal of the Corn Laws by Mr Geoghegan, according to the late Martin Blake, Esq. Bunowen Castle.Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.