CASTLES

In this collection you will find my photographs of Scottish Castles, Fortifications, Mansions
e.g. Ardvreck Castle, Balmoral Castle, Blair Castle, Caerlaverock Castle, Castle Stalker, Cawdor Castle, Claypotts Castle, Craigievar Castle, Culzean Castle, Dirleton Castle, Drumlanrig Castle,
Dunnottar Castle, Dunrobin Castle, Floors Castle, Inveraray Castle, Kilchurn Castle, Morton Castle, Rowallan Castle, Scone Palace, Tantallon Castle and Threave Castle

Dunnottar Castle at Sunrise
DUNNOTTAR CASTLE
Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Dunnottar Castle was built as a medieval fortress in the 1400s surrounded by the North Sea and steep sea cliffs for William Keith, Earls Marischal.

The castle's garrison manage to keep Oliver Cromwell’s army away for eight months and saved the Scottish Crown Jewels, the Honours of Scotland, from theft and possible destruction by the English. The Honours of Scotland are kept at Edinburgh Castle.

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Dunnottar Castle at Sunrise
Kilchurn Castle reflecting in Loch Awe on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
KILCHURN CASTLE
Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Kilchurn Castle was built in the 1450s by Sir Colin Campbell, Lord of Glenorchy and has become the ancestral home of the Earls of Breadalbane branch of Clan Campbell.

The castle was used as a government garrison during the Jacobite Rising (1715 and 1745).

Sadly, the castle was hit badly by lightning during a storm in 1760 and was then completely abandoned. One of the turrets remain upside-down on the courtyard.

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Kilchurn Castle reflecting in Loch Awe on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
Threave Castle and a wee boat reflecting in River Dee and its jetty leading towards the ruin
THREAVE CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Threave Castle, was built in 1369 by Sir Archibald Douglas or as he also was known: 3rd Earl of Galloway, Lord of Galloway as the stronghold for the Black Douglases who were loyal to King Robert the Bruce. Sir Douglas was known to the English as Archibald the Grim due to “his terrifying appearance when in battle”.

Threave Castle is situated on an island in the River Dee, Dumfries and Galloway.

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Threave Castle and a wee boat reflecting in River Dee and its jetty leading towards the ruin
Dunrobin Castle exterior and part of the garden
DUNROBIN CASTLE
Sutherland, Scotland

Dunrobin Castle is the ancestral home to the Earls and Dukes of Sutherland since the 1200s; the Dunrobin Castle we can visit today was built in 1800s, it doesn’t seem to be any remains of the previous castle(s).

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Dunrobin Castle exterior and part of the garden
Culzean Castle and its fountain in its Garden and Country Park
CULZEAN CASTLE AND COUNTRY PARK
Ayrshire, Scotland

Culzean Castle was built in the 1700s by the Earl of Cassilis, replacing a tower house from the 1500s; it was the stronghold for Clan Kennedy, an ancient Scottish family descended from King Robert the Bruce.

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Culzean Castle and its fountain in its Garden and Country Park
Balmoral Castle and a resting bench on a sunny day with blue skies and white fluffy clouds
BALMORAL CASTLE
Cairngorms National Park, Scotland

Balmoral Castle within Cairngorms National Park near Crathie and Ballater in Aberdeenshire, Scotland was completed in 1856 by William Smith, directed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria as their "Dear paradise in the Highlands".

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Balmoral Castle and a resting bench on a sunny day with blue skies and white fluffy clouds
Dunnottar Castle at Sunrise
DUNNOTTAR CASTLE
Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Dunnottar Castle was built as a medieval fortress in the 1400s surrounded by the North Sea and steep sea cliffs for William Keith, Earls Marischal.

The castle's garrison manage to keep Oliver Cromwell’s army away for eight months and saved the Scottish Crown Jewels, the Honours of Scotland, from theft and possible destruction by the English.
The Honours of Scotland are kept at Edinburgh Castle.

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Dunnottar Castle at Sunrise
Claypotts Castle exterior with an exotic garden at the front and blue skies with white clouds
CLAYPOTTS CASTLE
Dundee, Scotland

Claypotts Castle was built in 1500s by John Strachan of Claypotts and later owned by owned by John Graham of Claverhouse in the 1600s.  However, Claverhouse never stayed at Claypotts but left it to be inhabited by the farmworkers.

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Claypotts Castle exterior with an exotic garden at the front and blue skies with white clouds
Dunnottar Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
DUNNOTTAR CASTLE
Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Dunnottar Castle was built as a medieval fortress in the 1400s surrounded by the North Sea and steep sea cliffs for William Keith, Earls Marischal.

The castle's garrison manage to keep Oliver Cromwell’s army away for eight months and saved the Scottish Crown Jewels, the Honours of Scotland, from theft and possible destruction by the English. The Honours of Scotland are kept at Edinburgh Castle.

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Dunnottar Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
Rowallan Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
ROWALLAN CASTLE
Ayrshire, Scotland

Rowallan Castle was built in the 1200s on the banks of the Carmel Water.

Legend tell that Rowallan Castle may have been the birth place of Elizabeth Muir, the first wife of King Robert II of Scotland.

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Rowallan Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
Blair Castle on an overcast day with heavy clouds and sunshine on the castle and the green grass
BLAIR CASTLE
Perthshire, Scotland

Blair Castle was built in the 1200s by John I Comyn, Lord of Badenoch and was known as “Cumming’s Tower”. The castle has been the stronghold of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl with royal visitors as e.g. Bonnie Prince Charlie and Queen Victoria.

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Blair Castle on an overcast day with heavy clouds and sunshine on the castle and the green grass
Craigievar Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white and grey clouds
CRAIGIEVAR CASTLE
Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Craigievar Castle was built in 1600s by Master William Forbes and was the stronghold for Clan Sempill and the Forbes family.

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Craigievar Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white and grey clouds
Floors Castle with green grass and overcast clouds hanging above the mansion
FLOORS CASTLE
Roxburghshire, Scotland

Floors Castle lies on the River Tweed, overlooking the Cheviot Hills; the castle was built in 1720s for John Ker, the first Earl and Duke of Roxburghe.

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Floors Castle with green grass and overcast clouds hanging above the mansion
Kilchurn Castle and snow-capped hills reflecting in Loch Awe on a sunny day with blue skies
KILCHURN CASTLE
Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Kilchurn Castle was built in the 1450s by Sir Colin Campbell, Lord of Glenorchy and has become the ancestral home of the Earls of Breadalbane branch of Clan Campbell.

The castle was used as a government garrison during the Jacobite Rising (1715 and 1745).

Sadly, the castle was hit badly by lightning during a storm in 1760 and was then completely abandoned. One of the turrets remain upside-down on the courtyard.

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Kilchurn Castle and snow-capped hills reflecting in Loch Awe on a sunny day with blue skies
Inveraray Castle exterior, close-up, on a sunny day with blue skies
INVERARAY CASTLE
Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Inveraray Castle was built in 1743 and replaced an earlier 1400s castle and has been the seat of Duke of Argyll of Clan Campbell since 1600s.

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Inveraray Castle exterior, close-up, on a sunny day with blue skies
Caerlaverock Castle a sunny day with reflections in its moat. Entrance with its twin towers
CAERLAVEROCK CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Caerlaverock Castle was built in the 1200s as the stronghold of Clan Maxwell, Earls of Nithsdale, from 1200s to 1600s when the castle was abandoned.

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Caerlaverock Castle a sunny day with reflections in its moat. Entrance with its twin towers
Dunrobin Castle, fountain and garden on a sunny day with blue skies
DUNROBIN CASTLE
Sutherland, Scotland

Dunrobin Castle is the ancestral home to the Earls and Dukes of Sutherland since the 1200s; the Dunrobin Castle we can visit today was built in 1800s, it doesn’t seem to be any remains of the previous castle(s).

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Dunrobin Castle, fountain and garden on a sunny day with blue skies
Dunnottar Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
DUNNOTTAR CASTLE
Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Dunnottar Castle was built as a medieval fortress in the 1400s surrounded by the North Sea and steep sea cliffs for William Keith, Earls Marischal.

The castle's garrison manage to keep Oliver Cromwell’s army away for eight months and saved the Scottish Crown Jewels, the Honours of Scotland, from theft and possible destruction by the English. The Honours of Scotland are kept at Edinburgh Castle.

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Dunnottar Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
Drumlanrig Castle exterior with newly cut green grass and blue skies
DRUMLANRIG CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

The Drumlanrig Estate has been the stronghold of Clan Douglas since the 1300s; the current Castle was built in the 1600s by William Douglas, Duke of Queensberry on the site of an ancient home for the Douglases.

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Drumlanrig Castle exterior with newly cut green grass and blue skies
Scone Palace on an overcast day with dark, grey, white clouds
SCONE PALACE
Perthshire, Scotland

Scone Palace has been the family of Earls of Mansfield since 1700s.

Scone was the coronation place of the Kings of Scots from 843 when Kenneth MacAlpin was crowned the first King of Scotland. King Charles II of England was the last to be crowned King of Scotland in 1651 (in 1661 he was crowned King of England, Scotland and Ireland at Westminster Abbey).

Scone was the home where the Stone of Scone, also known as the Stone of Destiny, were kept until King Edward I of England stole the coronation stone and brought it to Westminster Abbey in 1296.  The Stone was finally returned to Scotland in 1996 and is kept at Edinburgh Castle.

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Scone Palace on an overcast day with dark, grey, white clouds
Morton Castle reflecting in Morton Loch, a couple of fishermen fishing on the loch on a sunny day with white streaky clouds
MORTON CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Morton Castle was built in the 1200s in the hills above Nithsdale as a stronghold of Clan Douglas.

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Morton Castle reflecting in Morton Loch, a couple of fishermen fishing on the loch on a sunny day with white streaky clouds
Drumlanrig Castle exterior with newly cut green grass and blue skies
DRUMLANRIG CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

The Drumlanrig Estate has been the stronghold of Clan Douglas since the 1300s; the current Castle was built in the 1600s by William Douglas, Duke of Queensberry on the site of an ancient home for the Douglases.

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Drumlanrig Castle exterior with newly cut green grass and blue skies
Dirleton Castle on a sunny day
DIRLETON CASTLE
East Lothian, Scotland

Dirleton Castle was built in the 1200s by John de Vaux who had been granted the Barony of Dirleton by King David I of Scotland. The castle was the residence of three noble familes: de Vaux, Haliburtons and Ruthvens.

After Oliver Cromwell’s siege in 1650, the castle was sadly left to decay. Luckily, Dirleton Castle and Estate was purchased by John Nisbet, a lawyer and judge who made sure to maintain the garden surrounding the ruin.

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Dirleton Castle on a sunny day
Drumlanrig Castle and Garden with newly cut green grass and blue skies
DRUMLANRIG CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

The Drumlanrig Estate has been the stronghold of Clan Douglas since the 1300s; the current Castle was built in the 1600s by William Douglas, Duke of Queensberry on the site of an ancient home for the Douglases.

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Drumlanrig Castle and Garden with newly cut green grass and blue skies
Craigievar Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white and grey clouds
CRAIGIEVAR CASTLE
Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Craigievar Castle was built in 1600s by Master William Forbes and was the stronghold for Clan Sempill and the Forbes family.

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Craigievar Castle on a sunny day with blue skies and white and grey clouds
Claypotts Castle exterior with an exotic garden at the front and blue skies with white clouds
CLAYPOTTS CASTLE
Dundee, Scotland

Claypotts Castle was built in 1500s by John Strachan of Claypotts and later owned by owned by John Graham of Claverhouse in the 1600s.  However, Claverhouse never stayed at Claypotts but left it to be inhabited by the farmworkers.

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Claypotts Castle exterior with an exotic garden at the front and blue skies with white clouds
Drumlanrig Castle exterior with newly cut green grass and blue skies
DRUMLANRIG CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

The Drumlanrig Estate has been the stronghold of Clan Douglas since the 1300s; the current Castle was built in the 1600s by William Douglas, Duke of Queensberry on the site of an ancient home for the Douglases.

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Drumlanrig Castle exterior with newly cut green grass and blue skies
Cawdor Castle and Garden on a sunny day with blue skies and white and grey clouds
CAWDOR CASTLE
Nairnshire, Scotland

Cawdor Castle was built in the 1400s by Clan Calder but passed to Clan Campbell, Earls of Cawdor in the 1500s.

The castle is known for the link to William Shakespeare’s fiction story “The Tragedy of Macbeth”, where one of the main characters is made “Thane of Cawdor”. In reality, Cawdor Castle was not built until 400 years after Shakespeare wrote the story.

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Cawdor Castle and Garden on a sunny day with blue skies and white and grey clouds
Kilchurn Castle and snow-capped hills reflecting in Loch Awe on a sunny day with blue skies
KILCHURN CASTLE
Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Kilchurn Castle was built in the 1450s by Sir Colin Campbell, Lord of Glenorchy and has become the ancestral home of the Earls of Breadalbane branch of Clan Campbell.

The castle was used as a government garrison during the Jacobite Rising (1715 and 1745).

Sadly, the castle was hit badly by lightning during a storm in 1760 and was then completely abandoned. One of the turrets remain upside-down on the courtyard.

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Kilchurn Castle and snow-capped hills reflecting in Loch Awe on a sunny day with blue skies
Castle Stalker surrounded by the water of Loch Laich, snow-capped hills and a bright sky which cleared after a heavy downpour
CASTLE STALKER
Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Castle Stalker was built in the 1300s on and isle surrounded by Loch Laich by Clan MacDougall, Lords of Lorn. The castle was passed to Clan Stewart after a drunken wager in 1620s where Clan Campbell exchanged it for an eight-oared wherry.

The castle changed hands between Clan Campbell and Clan Stewart over the years until the Campbell’s abandoned the castle in the 1840s when it lost its roof.

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Castle Stalker surrounded by the water of Loch Laich, snow-capped hills and a bright sky which cleared after a heavy downpour
Caerlaverock Castle a sunny day with yellow flowers in the green grass and blue skies with white clouds
CAERLAVEROCK CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Caerlaverock Castle was built in the 1200s as the stronghold of Clan Maxwell, Earls of Nithsdale, from 1200s to 1600s when the castle was abandoned.

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Caerlaverock Castle a sunny day with yellow flowers in the green grass and blue skies with white clouds
Balmoral Castle and Daffodils on a sunny day with blue skies and white fluffy clouds
BALMORAL CASTLE
Cairngorms National Park, Scotland

Balmoral Castle, Cairngorms National Park near Crathie and Ballater in Aberdeenshire, Scotland was completed in 1856 by William Smith, directed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria as their "Dear paradise in the Highlands".

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Balmoral Castle and Daffodils on a sunny day with blue skies and white fluffy clouds
Ardvreck Castle reflecting in Loch Assynt at Sunset with snow-capped hills in the background
ARDVRECK CASTLE
Assynt, Scotland

Ardvreck Castle was built in the 1500s on the shores of Loch Assynt and was the stronghold of Clan MacLeod until 1672 when Clan MacKenzie attacked and captured the castle and took control of the Assynt area.

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Ardvreck Castle reflecting in Loch Assynt at Sunset with snow-capped hills in the background
Drumlanrig Castle exterior and wall with yellow flowers in the garden as foreground
DRUMLANRIG CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

The Drumlanrig Estate has been the stronghold of Clan Douglas since the 1300s; the current Castle was built in the 1600s by William Douglas, Duke of Queensberry on the site of an ancient home for the Douglases.

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Drumlanrig Castle exterior and wall with yellow flowers in the garden as foreground
Caerlaverock Castle a sunny day with yellow flowers in the green grass and blue skies with white clouds
CAERLAVEROCK CASTLE
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Caerlaverock Castle was built in the 1200s as the stronghold of Clan Maxwell, Earls of Nithsdale, from 1200s to 1600s when the castle was abandoned.

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Caerlaverock Castle a sunny day with yellow flowers in the green grass and blue skies with white clouds
Scone Palace on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
SCONE PALACE
Perthshire, Scotland

Scone Palace has been the family of Earls of Mansfield since 1700s.

Scone was the coronation place of the Kings of Scots from 843 when Kenneth MacAlpin was crowned the first King of Scotland. King Charles II of England was the last to be crowned King of Scotland in 1651 (in 1661 he was crowned King of England, Scotland and Ireland at Westminster Abbey).

Scone was the home where the Stone of Scone, also known as the Stone of Destiny, were kept until King Edward I of England stole the coronation stone and brought it to Westminster Abbey in 1296.  The Stone was finally returned to Scotland in 1996 and is kept at Edinburgh Castle.

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Scone Palace on a sunny day with blue skies and white clouds
Tantallon Castle and the Bass Rock on a sunny day with blue skies
TANTALLON CASTLE
East Lothian, Scotland

Tantallon Castle was built in the mid-1300s to be the seat of the Red Douglases, the line of Earls of Angus.

The castle is overlooking the Firth of Forth and the Bass Rock.

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Tantallon Castle and the Bass Rock on a sunny day with blue skies

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