History of Inch Castle
The ruins of Inch Castle lie on the southern shore of Inch Island. This fortress was positioned on Lough Swilly to protect the southern borders of the Ó Dochartaigh's Inishowen. It was built around1450 for the Ó Dochartaigh chief by his son-in-law Neachtain Ó Donnell.
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Other Resources to Check out
The Story of Inch Castle at duchas.ie
Please don't visit Inch!
Why? Inch castle is in a dangerous state of disrepair and is considered a health and safety hazard.
Visiting the ruins of the Castle could jeopardize pending restoration work.
Accessing these ruins would involve trespassing across private property, which is unadvised.