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Ardvreck Castle is a castle, now ruins, that was built in 1590 by Clan MacLeods. The castle was captured by Clan MacKenzie in 1672. Most castles were constructed over time with some actually initially being built of wood, although not the case here. Ardvreck Castle is located on a small promontory on Loch Assynt in Sutherland, Scotland. Castle ruins usually are not of interest to me simply because they are ruins and not the most esthetic of objects to present. However, the landscape with Loch Assynt around the castle is simply magnificent, especially in the fall. Castle Ardvreck is simple to access as it is located right along a main highway, A837, running through the Highlands from the village of Inchnadamph.

Ardvreck Castle

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