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Castle Roy, Nethy Bridge

Door open days

22 September 2018 (11am - 4pm)

23 September 2018 (11am - 4pm)

Highland - Badenoch & Strathspey

Castle Roy is reported to be the oldest masonry fortification in Scotland, dating from 1200 (MacGibbon and Ross 1872-1914) and is a very rare example of an unaltered building of its type.  it will remain the most accessible fortress when it opens to the public.

The site is currently undergoing a consolidation that has lasted over 24 years.  However the end is in sight and the Castle Roy Trust is keen to open its doors, show the work being carried out and explain its history.

As a building site visits have to be supervised, but all are weclome including children and dogs.  For 2018 you will also have an opportunity to meet the Castle's latest resident, Murdo the "Highland Coo".

Facilities

Key Information

Building Date: c1150

The castle is a building site so people looking around will need to be escorted. �Please dress appropriately.

www.castleroy.org.uk

Tel 01479 821370

castle.roy@nethybridge.com

Where to find us

Address
  • Situated on the B970 (beside Abernethy Kirk) on left on B970 Grantown Road
  • Grantown Road
  • Nethy Bridge
  • PH25 3ED