It was expanded into a mansion house in the Scots Baronial style in 1824 and continued as the Brodie family home until Ninian Brodie of Brodie died in 2003.Intact late 15th century coastal defensive castle, built in response to increased English naval activity in the area.A small fortified tower built by Clanranald on a small island in the centre of Loch an Eilean.Dating from around 1600, the two-storey tower was connected by a causeway to the southern bank of the loch. Imposing remains of 15th century tower house with later additions.From Muness, the most northerly castle in the United Kingdom on the Shetland Islands, to Edinburgh Castle with its fabulous Scottish Crown Jewels, we’ve scoured the country to bring you one of the most complete lists of castles in Scotland on the internet.To get the most out of our interactive map, please select the ‘Satellite’ option below; which in our opinion, allows you to more fully appreciate the castle and its defences from above.In the grounds of Chatelherault Country Park, with free and open access at any reasonable time.
Restricted opening times and entrance charges apply. Built in 1567 by the Clan Brodie, the castle was destroyed by fire in 1645 by members of the Clan Gordon during the Scottish Civil War.
Attacked and besieged again during the Jacobite rising of 1745, the starving defenders were only relieved when the Jacobite forces withdrew to fight British Government forces at the Batlle of Culloden.
Restricted opening times and entrance charges apply. One of Scotland’s largest and finest 13th century castles, set on a high steep bank commanding the River Clyde.
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Scotland is world famous for its castles, not just because so many are immaculately preserved but also because many are set against some of the most breathtaking scenery in Britain.