Goatfell (or 'Goat Fell' depending on your spelling preferences) is the highest peak on Arran, at 874 metres (2,866 feet). If you're a keen mountaineer that meams it is almost a 'Munro' (peak over 3000 feet), but not quite! Paths lead to the summit of Goatfell from Brodick Castle and country park, and from the spectacular Glen Rosa. The fell and surrounding countryside are managed by the National Trust for Scotland.
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Moreton Corbet Castle encompasses the remains of a 12th century moated castle and the exquisite shell of an Elizabethan mansion built to replace the medieval castle. The first castle was construictsd as an earthwork enclosure with a moat, and a keep in the north west of the enclosure. The castle is attributed to a nobleman by the name of Bartholomew Torret. ... more