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Preserving the Past for the Future

Castles associated with The Scottish Castles Association

Although not all of the Scottish Castles Association members are fortunate enough to be castle owners, a number of us do inhabit, and maintain, these wonderful historic buildings for future generations. Here is just some of them for you to see...



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JOHNSTONE CASTLE

Johnstone Castle - Renfrewshire

Johnstone Castle is a recently restored 16th century L-plan tower house. It consists of a main block of three storeys and a garret, and a wing, remodelled as a massive Gothic tower, which rises a storey higher.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about johnstone castle
KILMARTIN CASTLE

Kilmartin Castle - Argyll

Kilmartin Castle is a small formerly ruined 16th century Z-plan tower house. It consists of a main block of three storeys, with projecting round towers at opposite corners.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about kilmartin castle
KILLOCHAN CASTLE

Killochan Castle - Ayrshire

One of the best preserved and impressive castles in Ayrshire, Killochan Castle has a tall 16th century L-plan tower house which replaced an earlier castle on the site.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about killochan castle
LAW CASTLE

Law Castle - Ayrshire

Law Castle is a 15th century keep, rectangular in plan with four stories and a garret. A corbellod-out parapet has open rounds and the walls are pierced by gun loops.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about law castle
THE LEE

The Lee - Lanarkshire

The Lee is a 19th-century mansion which may include some of a castle of the Lockharts.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about the lee
LIBERTON HOUSE

Liberton House - Lothians

Liberton House is a 17th century L-plan tower house. It contains a main block of three storeys and a four-story wing, with a round stair tower corbelled-out to square at the top in the re-entrant angle.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about liberton house
LOCHHOUSE TOWER

Lochhouse Tower - Dumfriesshire

Lochhouse Tower is a strong 16th century tower house of 3 storeys and an attic, formerly within a corbelled-out parapet. The tower is rectangular in plan, and has rounded corners. There are several gunloops.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about lochhouse tower
LORDSCAIRNIE CASTLE

Lordscairnie Castle - Fife

Lordscairnie Castle is a 15th century keep of four storeys and an attic to which a stair-wing was added in the 16th century, making the castle L-plan.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about lordscairnie castle
LUNDIN TOWER

Lundin Tower - Fife

Site of a much-altered 16th century tower house, which had been incorporated into Lundin House. All of the house, except an altered stair-turret from the 16th or 17th century, was demolished in 1876.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about lundin tower
MAUCHLINE CASTLE

Mauchline Castle - Ayrshire

Mauchline Castle is an altered 15th century keep, to which has been added a 17th century L-plan wing, as well as other extensions and alterations of 1690, 1800 and 1820.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about mauchline castle
MELVILLE CASTLE

Melville Castle - Lothians

Site of an old castle which was demolished when the present derelict house, a symmetrical castellated mansion of three storeys, designed by James Playfair, was built.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about melville castle
MURROES CASTLE

Murroes Castle - Tayside

Built on sloping ground, Murroes Castle is a 16th century tower house, with a long main block of two storeys and a centrally projecting round stair-tower.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about murroes castle
MYRTON CASTLE

Myrton Castle - Galloway

Built on a 12th century motte, Myrton Castle is a ruined 16th century L-plan tower house. It rose to four storeys and a garret, within a parapet, and had open rounds at the corner.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about myrton castle
NEIDPATH CASTLE

Neidpath Castle - Borders

Nestling on the side of a deep gorge overlooking a bend of the River Tweed, Neidpath Castle is an altered L-plan keep with rounded corners.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about neidpath castle
NIDDRY CASTLE

Niddry Castle - Lothians

Niddry Castle is an altered 15th century keep, now L-plan, consisting of a main block and wing.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about niddry castle
CASTLE NEWE

Castle Newe - Aberdeenshire

Not much remains of Castle Newe, an altered Z plan tower house of 1604 and mansion from 1831.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about castle newe
OLD SAUCHIE TOWER HOUSE

Old Sauchie Tower House - Stirlingshire

Old Sauchie is a ruined 16th century L-plan tower house of four storeys. To this has been added a 17th century wing and other additions, now used as an estate office.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about old sauchie tower house
PEFFERMILL HOUSE

Peffermill House - Lothians

Peffermill is an altered 17th century tower house of three storeys and a garret, with a semi-circular stair-tower in the re-entrant angle.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about peffermill house
PITCULLO CASTLE

Pitcullo Castle - Fife

Pitcullo Castle is a late 16th century L-plan tower house consisting of a main block of three storeys and a stair wing. To this has been added 17th century alterations including a square tower.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about pitcullo castle
POWRIE CASTLE

Powrie Castle - Tayside

Once a large, strong and comfortable stronghold, Powrie Castle now consists of a ruined 15th century keep and restored 17th century wing.


Date added: 18 Apr 2010 read more about powrie castle