Dunstaffnage Castle

One of Scotland's oldest stone castles. It housed Government troops during the 1715 and 1745 Jacobite risings. Late in 1746, Flora MacDonald was arrested for assisting the escape of Prince Charles Edward and brought to Dunstaffnage. She remained there for just a few days, before being moved to the Tower of London. She was released the following year. The castle is now in the care of Historic Environment Scotland.


Opening hours. Admission charge. Free to HS members.



Phone: 01631 562 465