Castledaly had previously been known as Corbally. It had been in the possession of the Blake family from around the late 16th century but it was acquired by Peter Daly in 1829 and renamed Castledaly. It was remodeled by Daly and a facade was added.

It is just about visible from the road if you are looking out for it but otherwise you could easily drive by and not know it was there. The land around the house is currently being used as farmland but you still get a feel for the activity that would have gone on here. The arch that you see over the door gives Castledaly an angry face, particularly in the last photo with a cow in the firing line. Could this be the angriest derelict castle in the world?

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