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Kilchurn Castle, Dalmally
(4.7/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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  • A beautiful castle, unfortunately closed at present so you can't see it all inside. This should not dissuade you from visiting though. The setting is stunning and you can still walk all the way round ...  more »
  • Kilchurn Castle is a beautiful ruin of a castle that you can visit after a stroll away from the highway. To the same highway is a parking place from where you can make beautiful pictures of this castle and the beautiful background. We were there with a guide who showed us neatly to the Castle.
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  • A ruined castle on a small peninsula in the Lake, originally destroyed by lightning nearly 300 years ago. The ruins are interesting and revealing the ancient Majesty, access is completely free and is only a ten minute walk in nature. I wouldn't say it's worth going there specifically, but if you are in the area definitely worth a detour.
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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.