Scottish Castles Photo Gallery

Ardchonnel Castle - Castle Stalker


A photo gallery of Scottish Castles, from the famous (and infamous) to unknown gems. Scotland is justly famous for its castles, which include some of the most historically interesting and beautifully scenic castles in Britain, if not the world. This gallery includes only photos of castles we have visited, so there are a few well known places that are not represented (yet!).

Just for fun, here are my top 5 picks for most scenic Scottish castles, in no particular order:

Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Ardchonnel Castle

Ardchonnel Castle

Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Balmoral Castle

Balmoral Castle

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Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Braemar Castle

Braemar Castle

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Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Brodick Castle

Brodick Castle

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Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Brodie Castle

Brodie Castle

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Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Cardoness Castle

Cardoness Castle

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Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Carnasserie Castle

Carnasserie Castle

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Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Carsluith Castle

Carsluith Castle

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Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Castle Hume

Castle Hume

Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Castle Moll

Castle Moll

Scottish Castles Photo Gallery, Castle Stalker

Castle Stalker

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This ransom was first paid during the reign of Aethelred the Unready to prevent Danish attack



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