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Kilchurn Castle, Dalmally

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • If you like visiting old castle then Kilchurn is a must. Set alongside Loch Awe this lovely old castle is steeped in history and has amazing views. The Castle was built in the mid-1400's and you can w...  more »
  • We spotted this castle driving from Loch Lomond to Oban on the coast. The castle sits at the north end of Loch Awe. The Loch itself is quite pretty, so this is a great setting. Not too many people unl...  more »
  • Stopped here on a bus tour and enjoyed the nice long walk in to the castle ruins. It is quite peaceful in there and lots of history. It's free entry, so well worth a visit. Lovely area, great photo op...  more »
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  • The castle itself looks like a sad ruin in photos, but that's misleading. The castle has an interesting and historic vibe to it, and the views from around and within the castle are breathtaking.
  • Very picturesque small castle. You should not miss this if visiting the area
  • Free. Great scenery and nice well maintained castle. About 10 min walk from carpark.
  • Beautiful views and atmosphere. Well worth the stop and a small detour if you are in the area.
  • Amazing castle, it's well mantained and there is no personnel present, it's not hard to reach but there are not many visitors, so you can visit it al by yourself.