Dunstaffnage Castle looks square with round towers. It was seized by Robert the Bruce who appointed the chief of The MacArthurs as Captain of the Castle. Later, the Earls of Argyll appointed Campbells as captains to oversee Dunstaffnage on their behalf.
Bonne Prince Charlie's heroine, Flora MacDonald, was held prisoner here for a short time in 1746.
The castle is now in the care of Historic Scotland. There is a small exhibition next to the gift shop.
The castle is said to have a ghost in a green dress, apparently a "glaistig", a fairy woman, heralding events in the lives of the Campbell family.
Argyll, PA37 1PZ