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Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel

From the rugged battlements of this strategically sited castle you can see how it once dominated Loch Etive. Outside the ramparts lie a ruined chapel, well-kept grounds and pebbly beaches with views to Mull, Lismore and Morvern.

Built by Duncan MacDougall in the 1200, the castle was captured by Robert the Bruce in 1309. Flora MacDonald was imprisoned here after helping Bonnie Prince Charlie escape Scotland. The three-story gatehouse built around 1500 is now open to visitors.
T: 01631 562465
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W: www.historicenvironment.scot/dunstaffnage-castle/
A: Dunbeg, By Oban, PA37 1PZ
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