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Dunstaffnage Castle And Chapel , Dunbeg, Argyll & the Isles

A fine 13th-century castle, built on a rock, with nearby ruins of a chapel of exceptional architectural refinement. Flora MacDonald was imprisoned here in 1746.

Most of the grounds and gardens are suitable for visitors using wheelchairs or with limited mobility, but the castle itself isn’t. Double doors in the shop allow wheelchair access and there is adequate space in the centre for visitors using wheelchairs to view all stock.

Large grassed areas are suitable for relaxing or picnics in a peaceful setting with a wealth of birdsong.

Website: www.historic-scotland.gov.uk

Phone: 00 44 131 668 8600