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Karen B wrote a review Sep 2020
16 contributions2 helpful votes
Castle is a ruin and there is no entry for safety reasons. But it was still interesting to see. A leaflet about the history of the castle can be bought for a £1 from the hotel.
Date of experience: September 2020
Ross F wrote a review Aug 2020
Inverness, United Kingdom38 contributions9 helpful votes
Passed by the ruins during a walk around the grounds whilst staying at Glengarry Castle Hotel. No access can be gained as the site is fenced off for safety. Didn’t stop for too long before moving on.
Date of experience: August 2020
Wendy P wrote a review Feb 2020
Detroit, Michigan12 contributions1 helpful vote
As a member of the MacDonell clan, I visited this ruin 1 year ago. The grounds are beautiful with old giant trees. While chatting with the docent at Glengarry Castle Hotel, she noted that the clan maps available in the lobby had the MacDonell clan spelled several ways and in fact had an incorrect spelling for the castle. The head of the clan, residing in Michigan, along with his previous generations spell the name as MacDonell. We stayed at the Invergarry Hotel, a short walk to the Glengarry Castle Hotel and the Invergarry Castle. It is a beautifully old world building with delicious food and very friendly people. It is a peaceful area to stroll around.…
Date of experience: March 2019
Alan W wrote a review Jan 2020
Portree, United Kingdom129 contributions14 helpful votes
This is a stunning castle ruin. If you’re interested in old castles etc then you should read up about it before visiting, as sadly there is not much information at the site. I know people have mentioned you can’t get inside it, but that’s for safety reasons. It is still worth the visit and it’s only 2 min drive off the main road, down the Glengarry Castle Hotel driveway.…
Date of experience: December 2019
nightingale1972 wrote a review Jan 2020
Terre Haute, Indiana, USA345 contributions143 helpful votes
The Invergarry Castle is within walking distance of the Glengarry Castle hotel. It was partially destroyed during the Jacobean conflict. There is a fence around it that prevents entry, which affects photos. It also faces away from the sun. Recommended!
Date of experience: October 2019
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