Old Inverlochy Castle
Inverlochy
Fort William, Scotland

Eilean Donan Castle
Eilean Donan Castle

Urquhart Castle Loch Ness
Urquhart Castle Loch Ness

Castle Stalker
Castle Stalker

Tioram Castle
Tioram Castle

 


Other Scottish castles nearby

Here is a selection of other castles within easy reach of Inverlochy castle, along with links to further information:

Ardtornish Castle – Located on a headland in Morven and overlooking the Sound of Mull, Ardtornish Castle was once a stronghold of the Lords of the Isles

Invergarry Castle – Invergarry Castle sits by the shore of Loch Oich in the Great Glen near the village of Invergarry. The castle ruins are in the grounds of Glengarry Castle Hotel.

Mingary Castle – Mingary is on the Ardnamurchan peninsula near Kilchoan on the way out to the most westerly point of the UK. A former stronghold of the MacIain’s the castle was a garrison for Red Coats after Culloden and during the early 18th century.

Castle Stalker – sits on a small isle in Loch Linnhe near Port Appin. It’s a 40 minute drive from Fort William and the elevated views over the castle and looking down the Firth of Lorne can be memorable.

Castle Tioram – Ruined seat of the MacDonalds of Clanranald. Located in Acharacle, Moidart, which is on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula, west Scotland.

Urquhart Castle – Ruined castle and legendary home of the Loch Ness Monster, overlooking Loch Ness.

Cawdor Castle – Located in Nairn, north-east of Inverness, home of the Thanes of Cawdor and still inhabited today. Well worth a visit.

Blair Castle – Blair Atholl, Perthshire, home of the Dukes of Atholl and set in beautiful grounds that are open to the public, including Diana’s Grove and the grave of “Bonnie Dundee“.

Eilean Donan – on the road to the Skye Bridge. One of the most photographed and filmed castles in Scotland, made famous in the film “Highlander“.

Tor Castle not far from Inverlochy Castle, about five miles up the River Lochy, are found the ruins of the old Tor Castle. Once the seat of Banquo, Thane of Lochaber around the 10th century, and immortalised in Shakespeare’s Macbeth.