Edward Denny was leasing this property to Oliver Stokes at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at £7 15s. Bary states that the Stokes family were resident here for several generations. The original house was demolished in the early twentieth century and a new house built by Lady Gordon, a descendent of the Stokes, which was called Ard-na-Sidhe. It is now a hotel. See www.ardnasidhe.com.
A Landed Estates Court sale notice dated 1873 indicates that Robert G. Ramsden had leased 70 acres from the Denny estate and built a property called Castle Carragh, originally run as a hotel, in this townland.