Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel

One of Scotland’s oldest stone castles, Dunstaffnage was built before 1240 as a stronghold for the MacDougall clan. It provides a tangible link to the struggle with Norway for control of the west coast and its islands. In later centuries, the castle was embroiled in conflict, as successive Scottish monarchs struggled to control the unruly west.

Opening Hours (Summer): 
Spring/Summer: 9.30am-5.30pm (7days)
Opening Hours (Winter): 
Autumn/Winter: See Website