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Eilean Donan Castle (30.1 miles, 48 minute drive time)

Eilean Donan Castle is one of the most iconic landmarks of Scotland. It is one of the most visited attractions in the Scottish Highlands and it has it's own visitor centre, coffee shop & gift shop. It is the perfect location for a family day out.

Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum (16 miles, 23 minute drive time)

Armadale Castle is located amongst 20,000 acres of working Highland estate, operated by Clan Donald Lands Trust, a Scottish-registered charity. Armadale Castle is a wonderful day out for the whole family, where there's beautiful gardens, woodland trails and historic ruins all to be discovered. You can also visit the award-winning museum where you can be talked through 1,500 years of history, or even grab a bite to eat in thier Stables restaurant.

Dunvegan Castle & Gardens (40.1 miles, 52 minute drive time)

Dunvegan Castle is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland and has been the ancestral home of the Chiefs of Clan MacLeod for 800 years. Within the castle, there are five separate buildings of their own unique character. Sir Reginald MacLeod (27th Chief) was the first Chief to open Dunvegan to the public in 1933. Thousands of visitors come to explore Dunvegan every year. 

Dunscaith Castle (17.4 miles, 32 minute drive time)

Dunscaith Castle can be found on the west coast of Sleat - the most southern point of Isle of Skye. On the top of a rock, about 40ft high, you'll be able to explore the ruins where the castle once stood. Dunscaith Castle was eventually abandoned by the MacDonalds of Sleat in the early 17th century, and was left to deteriorate to its current state. It is now recognised under the Ancient Monuments Act.

Duntulm Castle (48.4 miles, 1 hour, 6 minute drive time)

Sitting on a promontory, Duntulm Castle is a 15th-century tower, with which the vaulted basement of the tower is the only remains. The castle was originally an Iron Age broch or dun, and later used by the Norsemen. The castle was once occupied by the MacDonalds of Sleat, however was abandoned in 1730 when they moved to Monkstadt House and then Armadale Castle. Duntulm is said to hold many alleged ghost stories and tales, with one of these tales alleging that the weeping ghost of Margaret (a sister of Macleod Dunvegan, who was married to one of the MacDonalds) haunts the castle.

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