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Duntulm Castle
NG 410-743 Inverness-shire Scotland

Duntulm Castle Duntulm Castle was originally an Iron Age broch or dun, which later became a Pictish fort. Standing on a promontory, in the 15th century the MacLeods founded the stone castle, when adding a four-storey tower house protected by a rock-cut ditch. In the early 17th century the MacDonalds of Sleat, moved here from Dun Scaith and added the range of buildings around a courtyard. By the early to mid 18th century the abandoned castle, was providing material to rebuild Monkstadt House. 25 miles south-west is Dunvegan Castle.

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Duntulm Castle is located on the Isle of Skye, west of Duntulm off the A855. 23 miles north of Portree, on the A87-A855.

The site is freely accessible in daylight hours.

There is a car park nearby.

Duntulm Castle pictures and large castle map
Duntulm Castle Picture 1Duntulm Castle Picture 2Castle Map of the Area

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