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The Scottish Castles Association
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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Auchanachie Castle - Aberdeenshire

Auchanachie Castle consists of a 16th Century tower house of three storeys and a large round stair-tower, as well as many later and lower additions.

Date added: 13 Apr 2010 read more about auchanachie castle

Ackergill Tower - Caithness

Ackergill Tower is a late 15th century square five-story tower near Wick, erected for the Keiths of Inverugie.

Date added: 08 Apr 2010 read more about ackergill tower

Aiket Castle - Ayrshire

Aiket Castle is a late 15th century with a late 16th century addition.

Date added: 08 Apr 2010 read more about aiket castle

Newmilns Tower

Newmilns Tower, locally known as "The Keep", is a small, free-standing, rubble built tower dating from the end of the 15th or the start of the 16th century.

Date added: 27 Feb 2010 read more about newmilns tower

Carnousie Castle - Aberdeenshire

Carnousie Castle is a restored, late 16th Century Z - plan three storey tower house with an attic.

Date added: 27 Feb 2010 read more about carnousie castle

Baltersan - Ayrshire

Baltersan Castle is a fairly well preserved ruin of a late 16th century Tower House. It stands in a field close to Crossraguel Abbey. It was built for John Kennedy, stepson of the 3rd earl of Cassilis in 1584.

Date added: 27 Feb 2010 read more about baltersan castle

Balgonie Castle - Fife

Although a well loved home undergoing a slow but detailed restoration, Balgonie Castle is available for hire for wedding venues, banquets, corporate events & parties. It also boasts one of the finest castle keeps.

Date added: 27 Feb 2010 read more about balgonie castle