Manorhamilton

Manorhamilton is one the many towns which owes it's existence to the plantation of Leitrim. In this case, the planter was Scottish man Sir Frederick Hamilton. His ivy covered castle is built on a height which overlooks the town, and is on a site where five meadows converge called An Cluainin - The Little Meadow. The castle was once an O Rourke stronghold.

 Activities in Manorhamilton

Game Fishing
Manorhamilton Angling Club Water
Sandy Lough

 


 
 
 
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