Dunhill (County Waterford)
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Dunhill also known as Don Isle is in the Barony of Middlethird, County Waterford. Going back to prehistory this place was once known to be a village called Dondrone. Located 8 miles from Kilmacthomas towards the south west it holds a population of 2128 people. The situation of the region is on St. George's Channel.
During the Summer period there is a number of Lodging Houses and B&Bs where tourists can stay and injoy themselves to have a look around and so on.
R.C Divisions form part of a union or district of Donhill Castle.
The Castle was built by the La Poers before the Cromwell Army took siege and then captured the place in the 14th century.
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