A corner or nook near a fireplace ; chimney corner (1765-75)
From:
ingle
1 a fire burning in a hearth
2 a fireplace, hearth
[Origin: 1500–10; Scottish aingeal fire]
nook
1 a corner, as in a room
[Origin: 1250–1300; Middle English nok]
From dictionary.com
This made me wonder whether the village of Ingleton, in the North-East of England and which I know well, used to be the site of a fire hill (ingle + ton, from dún, hill) or hill of alarm, on which fires used to be lit to signal danger in days gone by.
Little question for you: what other name did dún spawn, describing something found, this time, in the south-east?