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Aithernie Castle
NO 380-036 Fife Scotland

Aithernie Castle Aithernie Castle is an early 17th century stone tower house, founded by William Riggs. Aithernie was mentioned in a mid 12th century inheritance and in the 13th century it belonged to the Lundin family. Bought by James Watson in 1670, it was described as a fine house in 1710 but sadly a neglected ruin by 1803. A high corner showing some features, a grass covered length of wall and fragments of rubble are now the only remains. Apart from this small area, ploughing has entirely removed or scattered the rest of the masonry. 3 miles south-west at Kennoway is Maiden Castle and 3 miles east at Lower Largo is Pitcruvie Castle.

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Aithernie Castle is located north of Leven, off the B927. 11 miles north-east of Kirkcaldy, on the A915.

The site is visible from the road.

Car parking is by the side of the road.

Aithernie Castle pictures and large castle map
Aithernie Castle Picture 1Aithernie Castle Picture 2Aithernie Castle Picture 3Castle Map of the Area

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