Well worth a visit. And you have a great vantage point for Loch Ness, while avoiding the midges we met on trying to have a picnic on the lake shore! Usual sort of price for a site of this sort, but it seemed worth it all round, unlike some. It was not a great day when we visited, but still worth it.
Classic site for a castle with commanding views on the banks of the Loch. Once an impressive stronghold linked to all important aspects of Scotish history, despite its present ruinous (but safe) state. Still has a ruined tower house that you can go up, commanding splendid views of the famous loch and Great Glen.
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