History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The castle is a romantic stately home based around a fortified tower house. It has been the home of the Macpherson-Grant family since 1546. A short walk from the Castle is Marionburgh Cairn, a circle of stones erected around 2000 BC.
On the edge of the Ballindalloch Castle estate is the Old Bridge of Avon, a single-span bridge across the River Avon, built in 1800 by architect George Burn.
A short distance away is Inveravon, where a Pictish symbol stone is embedded into the wall of the parish church, and there is a stone circle near the castle and another at nearby Lagmore.
Address: Ballindalloch, Moray, Scotland
Attraction Type: Village
Location: Off the A95 between Aberlour and Grantown-on-Spey
Photo Credit: David Ross and Britain Express
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Old Bridge of Avon - 0.5 miles (Historic Building)
Marionburgh Cairn - 0.7 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Ballindalloch Castle - 0.9 miles (Historic House)
Inveravon Symbol Stones - 1.5 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Drumin Castle - 3 miles (Castle)
Little Conval Fort - 7.6 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Craigellachie Bridge - 9.1 miles (Historic Building)
Mortlach Battle Stone - 9.3 miles (Prehistoric Site)
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