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Creeslough Travel guide
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This village grew up in the shadow of Muckish Hill (670 m), whose shape provided inspiration for St Michael's Church, designed in 1971 by Liam McCormack and Partners. Artists and writers such as William Butler Yeats, George Russell, Percy French and Gilbert Chesterton, were frequent visitors here.
Tourist attractions Creeslough : Things to see and do
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This ruined castle stands on a strategic site, on a headland overhanging Sheep Haven's Bay. It is protected by the sea, and is separated from the mainland by a cut in the rock. A fortified wall protects the four-storey keep to which an L-shaped build..
Easily recognisable by its flat top and the large cairn on its summit, Muckish is an impressively rugged mountain. You can climb it by Muckish Gap, a stark and narrow pass.