The oldest secular house in Inverness. Originally the town house for the Frasers of Lovat and now headquarters for National Trust of Scotland.
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Castles in the Highlands
List of Castles and historic houses located in the Highlands of Scotland
15th Century tower in an absurdly remarkable position overlooking the sea near Wick. Now super chic boutique accommodation and castle hotel. You can stay or just have tea!
Ruined castle that stands on its own promontory overlooking Loch Assynt. Not as old as you might expect but with its wonderful position such a romantic castle...
Category A listed castle on south shore of Black Isle in striking position. Once ruined and now restored as family home.
Grade 1 Listed house near Balnakeil that was a Mackay mansion and occupies a startlingly beautiful position. Now rented out as lucury self-catering!
19th Century estate and house on Fetlar that could soon become a centre for Shetland culture and artistic creativity.
Remote and picturesque castle hidden away in North West Lochaber on its own tidal island.
Massive 14th century castle near Glenlivet. It was owned by the Stewarts until it was forfeit after the 45. Ruined but some recent work has been completed to stabilise the structure
Site of castles with no visible remains except for possible dungeon stones (1886)
Abandoned McDonald Castle in Morvern on sea promontory facing to Mull near to Lochaline
Huge 1847 baronial house that is now a large country house hotel on the island of Shapinsay
Original castle was built in the late 15th century and it was dilapidated in the 1970s until the then owner of Harrods purchased the estate and conducted a painstaking renewal of the property. It is his private residence now.
16th century castle incorporating early work and including much later work. Now in care of NTS and open to public
Dramatic ruin visible from Tongue in the Far North. You can walk across and back for a drink in a local bar. The castle is located on a prominent rise overlooking the Kyle of Tongue,
Bishop's palace consisting of 14th century keep and tower, later destroyed and rebuilt and now a hotel.