Morton Castle

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Morton Castle: A fine late 13th-century hall house, a stronghold of the Douglases and once formed part of a chain of castles along the strategically important Nith Valley, which runs from the Solway Firth north to the Clyde Valley.

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Majestically situated on a promontory overlooking Morton Loch.
Take the second turning on the right, 1.5m east of Carronbridge off the A702

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