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Dunrobin Castle With fairytale turrets and manicured grounds it is arguably Scotland’s most beautiful castle. READ MORE

Brodie Castle Based in the picturesque surroundings of Moray, Brodie Castle is the definition of a ‘hidden gem’. READ MORE

Castle Stuart Located near Inverness, it is a restored tower house right on the banks of the Moray Firth. READ MORE

Eilean Donan Castle Located on an island where three sea lochs meet and surrounded by majestic Highland scenery. READ MORE

Cawdor Castle Located near the Highland capital, Inverness, itis famed for its connection to Shakespeare’s Macbeth. READ MORE

Castle Of Mey Overlooking the Pentland Firth, towards the Orkney Islands, it is the most northerly located castle in Scotland. READ MORE

Urquhart Castle Perched on the edge of the iconic Loch Ness it is one of Scotland’s best located and historically largest castles. READ MORE

Caerlaverock Castle The castle is well known for its ‘fairy tale appearance’, which has made it a popular filming location over the years. READ MORE

Balmoral Castle One of the residences for members of the British Royal Family since 1852. READ MORE

St Andrews Castle Located right on the seafront and home to an underground mine. The castle is also home to the ‘bottle prison’, one of the most infamous castle prisons in Britain. READ MORE

Edinburgh Castle Overlooking the capital of Scotland, the castle is located on Castle Rock and is a daunting fortress which dominates the Edinburgh skyline. READ MORE

Blackness Castle Built in the 15th century by one of the most powerful families in Scotland, the Crichtons, the castle was used as an artillery fortress. READ MORE

Rothesay Castle Dating back to the 13th century, it has withstood the test of time incredibly well and is still very intact. READ MORE

Culzean Castle Perched atop the Ayrshire cliffs it is like no other grand Scottish home. READ MORE

Dirleton Castle Built in the 13th century, it has remained remarkably intact considering it’s age. READ MORE

Cambuskenneth Abbey Founded in the 12th century, it is a mostly ruined Augustinian abbey in Stirling, located near the River Forth. READ MORE

Stirling Castle Overlooking the city of Stirling, former capital of Scotland, Stirling Castle boasts an incredible view. READ MORE

Dunfermline Palace and Abbey Famously the final resting place of King Robert Bruce and seven other Scottish kings, therefore playing a key role in Scotland’s history. READ MORE

Slains Castle A ruined castle in Aberdeenshire, built in the 16th century. At its peak, the castle and the surrounding greens were very large, and consisted of 3 massive gardens. READ MORE

Crathes Castle Set against a backdrop of rolling hills and located in a picturesque estate,it is a true example of a classic Scottish tower house. READ MORE

Threave Castle Located next to the River Dee, it is a 14th century castle that was originally built for the Black Douglases. READ MORE

Kellie Castle Effortlessly combines Medieval atmosphere and Victorian style, with much of the original castle still very much untouched.. READ MORE

Drum Castle One of the oldest tower houses in Scotland, the building has managed to retain a certain charm due to it’s visible age. READ MORE

Craigievar Castle Anecdotally said to be the inspiration for Disney’s Cinderella Castle, its elegant pink tower are truly enchanting. READ MORE

Dundonald Castle Commanding fine views over the Firth of Clyde, it is a fine example of a medieval tower house. READ MORE

Tantallon Castle Built in the 14 century, it is a castle based in East Lothian which is described as ‘semi ruined’. READ MORE

Doune Castle On the banks of the River Teith and close to the village of Doune, you can find the 14c Doune Castle. READ MORE

Castle Campbell Once known as the Castle of Glooms, the medieval Castle Campbell can be found nestled high above Dollar Glen. READ MORE

Torwood Castle Close to the village of Torwood, lies the ruinous 16th-century Torwood Castle. READ MORE

Blair Castle Dating back to the 13th century, it is nestled in the landscape of Highland Perthshire and has been home to 19 generations of Stewarts and Murrays of Atholl. READ MORE