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Aros Castle, also known as Dounarwyse Castle, is a ruined 13th century castle near Salenn on the Isle of Mull, Scotland. The castle overlooks the Sound of Mull.  The castle was a stronghold of the Clan MacDougall, Clan Donald and Clan Maclean during its occupation.

Aros Castle, also known as Dounarwyse Castle, is a ruined 13th century castle near Salenn on the Isle of Mull, Scotland. The castle overlooks the Sound of Mull. The castle was a stronghold of the Clan MacDougall, Clan Donald and Clan Maclean during its occupation.

Duart Castle, home of the Maclean clan and featured in my Maclean Curse series.

Duart Castle, home of the Maclean clan and featured in my Maclean Curse series.

Moy Castle, Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, was built in the early 1400's though added to in later centuries. The castle has long stood derelict, but is currently covered in scaffolding and undergoing an extensive makeover which is hoped will lead to its being opened to the public at some point in the future.

Moy Castle, Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, was built in the early 1400's though added to in later centuries. The castle has long stood derelict, but is currently covered in scaffolding and undergoing an extensive makeover which is hoped will lead to its being opened to the public at some point in the future.

Lochbuie Stone Circle · Isle of Mull · This is a small and well preserved stone circle overlooked by spectacular Ben Buie and standing within the grounds of Lochbuie House. The circle was originally nine granite stones, set in a ring about 12 metres in diameter, with the tallest stone being about two metres high. It is mainly composed of granite slabs which have been positioned with their flatter faces towards the inside of the circle. One of the original stones has been removed and replaced…

Lochbuie Stone Circle · Isle of Mull · This is a small and well preserved stone circle overlooked by spectacular Ben Buie and standing within the grounds of Lochbuie House. The circle was originally nine granite stones, set in a ring about 12 metres in diameter, with the tallest stone being about two metres high. It is mainly composed of granite slabs which have been positioned with their flatter faces towards the inside of the circle. One of the original stones has been removed and replaced…

Treshnish Coast and the Whisky Cave (Walkhighlands)

Treshnish Coast and the Whisky Cave (Walkhighlands)

Old photograph of Glengorm Castle, Isle of Mull, Scotland

Old photograph of Glengorm Castle, Isle of Mull, Scotland

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