Dunstaffnage Castle, Scotland – Historic Oban Building

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Dunstaffnage Castle, Scotland

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Dunstaffnage Castle Scotland

Location: just north of Oban, Scottish Highlands, UK

Address: Dunstaffnage, Connel, Oban, Argyll, PA37 1PZ

13th-century Scottish castle

Photos (on a dull day) © Adrian Welch:

Dunstaffnage Castle Dunstaffnage Castle Oban Dunstaffnage Castle Scotland 13th-century Scottish castle

MacDougall stronghold until 1309

Seized by Robert the Bruce

Chapel in the grounds, southwest of the main building
Dunstaffnage Chapel Dunstaffnage Castle Chapel 13th-century Scottish castle Chapel

Details within the castle
Dunstaffnage Castle Building Castle in Connel, Scotland 13th-century Scottish castle near Oban 13th-century Scottish castle building near Oban

Dunstaffnage : Scottish Castle

Photos by Harriet Lomholt-Welch:
Connel Castle building Castle building in Connel Castle near Oban

Photos by Daniel Lomholt-Welch:
13th-century Scottish castle building Dunstaffnage Castle Building

Admire the mighty stronghold of the MacDougalls, built before 1240 on a huge rock above the Firth of Lorn. Captured by Robert the Bruce in 1308, the castle remained in royal hands until 1469.

Flora MacDonald was held at Dunstaffnage in 1746 before being sent to the Tower of London for aiding Bonnie Prince Charlie’s escape.

Dunstaffnage building by Austin Smith:Lord architects
Dunstaffnage building

Eilean Donnan Castle
Eilean Donnan Castle

Dunstaffnage Castle Photos © Adrian Welch 2007

Location:Dunstaffnage, Oban, Scotland, PA37 1PZ

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