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Threave Castle
NX 739-623 Kirkcudbrightshire Scotland

Threave CastleThreave Castle is a massive late 14th century tower house, founded by Archibald the Grim, Lord of Galloway. Of five storeys and a garret and enclosed by a 15th century artillery fortification, James II besieged the castle in 1455, after which it became a Royal fortress. 6 miles east is Buittle Castle and 10 miles south-west is MacLellan's Castle.

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Threave Castle is located on an island and is accessed by boat, west of Castle Douglas off the A75. 19 miles south-west of Dumfries, on the A75.

The site is owned by Historic Scotland and is open daily, April to September 9:30 with last outward sailing at 4:30pm, October 9:30 with last outward sailing at 3:30pm.

There is a car park.

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