Dunstaffnage Castle

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Dunstaffnage Castle: A partially ruined castle situated on a platform of conglomerate rock. The shape is irregular quadrangular structure, with rounded towers at three of the angles. A ruined 13th century chapel lies around 150 metres (490 ft) to the south-west of the castle.

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Popularity rank: #3147
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Argyll, Argyll and Bute, Strathclyde, Scotland, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Dunstaffnage Chapel

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Legend

A ghost, called "Ell-maid of Dunstaffnage", is said to haunt the castle. A type of gruagach, the ghost's appearances are said to be associated with events in the lives of the hereditary keepers.

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Opening times (April - October):
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09:30 - 16:3009:30 - 16:3009:30 - 16:3009:30 - 16:3009:30 - 16:3009:30 - 16:3009:30 - 16:30

Opening times (November - March):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
09:30 - 16:3009:30 - 16:3009:30 - 16:30--09:30 - 16:3009:30 - 16:30

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£3.70£1.85£3.00

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Address: Dunstaffnage Castle, Dunbeg, Strathclyde, PA37 1PZ, UK
Phone: +44 1631 562 465
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