Inverlochy Castle

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Inverlochy Castle: A fine well-preserved 13th-century castle of the Comyn family; in the form of a square, with round towers at the corners. The largest tower was the donjon or keep. It is one of Scotlands earliest stone castles.

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2m North east of Fort William off the A82.

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