Castlelyons is a small village in east County Cork, Ireland. It is also a civil parish in the barony of Barrymore. The name is derived from a stronghold of the UÃ LiathÃ¡in - an early medieval kingdom. It is situated 6 km south of Fermoy. In the 2002 census it recorded a population of 211.
Two stone bridges crossing the River Bride into the village - one a small footbridge and the other a bridge which was part of the entrance into Barrymore Castle - the seat of the Earls of Barrymore. The parish has two churches at Bridesbridge and Coolagown, and also boasts a castle, two abbeys, a mausoleum, two holy wells, and many other historical sights.
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Castlelyons, Fermoy, Co. Cork
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