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Innerpeffray Castle

15th century castle near Crieff now in picturesque and ruinous state. Well worth a visit to if you are nearby. Walk from the nearby and wonderful Innerpeffray Library. Located beside the River Earn.

 Built for John Drummond in the mid-15th Century and heightened for James Drummond, 1st Lord Maddertie, in 1610. 

Rubble-built L-plan with square staircase tower in re-entrant angle; 3-storey with dormer heads, vaulted ground floor. Crowsteps, no turrets. External walls tolerably entire, interior greatly ruined. One jamb of Barmekin gate survives. Erected by James Drummond 1st Lord Madderty c. 1610.

Today the castle is a substantial ruin, standing to its full height, but with some localised collapses and no roof.  Take care when visiting.

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Visitor Attractions

  • Innerpeffray Library

    Scotland's Oldest Lending Library publishes first book and wonderful opportunity to step back to Enlightenment Scotland in a library wonderfully situated in the country. A library lovers idea of paradise! 

  • Drummond Castle Gardens

    One of Scotland's most formal and striking gardens as seen in Rob Roy. The contrast of typical scottish house and continental topiary should not be missed. 

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