The one fascinating thing about the nation of Scotland happens to be the fact that these guys are blessed with castles. It doesn’t matter where you find yourself, as long as you are in Scotland, you cannot be far from a castle. If you haven’t been to a castle, now is your excellent opportunity to catch sight of one and enjoy the fun of lodging in one of them.

 

 

Comlongon Castle

If you have not seen this magnificent 15th-century castle, then you certainly don’t know what you are missing. Apart from the fact that this is one of the most beautiful edifices that nature has preserved for the people of Scotland, it will interest you to know that this is a location that usually plays host to a large number of tourists every year. Situated in an area of secluded gardens and woodlands, this massive 5-story building has been a historical piece with a remarkable value that everyone deserves to see. It is now known for offering exquisite accommodation services for those who are in need of such.

Comlongon Castl
Comlongon Castl: Photo by www.ticati.com

Edinburgh Castle

Several castle-like structures stand out as being iconic. But this castle seems to stand out of the park. Edinburgh Castle has stood as one of the most significant castles in Scotland. This historical complex is where the crown jewels are kept, according to the historians. I’m guessing you are just in time for the historic gun firing that takes place at the castle.

Edinburgh Castle
  Edinburgh Castle: Photo by www.historicenvironment.scot

Balmoral Castle

Drift back in time with this exotic castle. Balmoral Castle was once described by Queen Victoria as a paradise here on earth. It has been the Royal family’s private home for centuries now. But there are specially dedicated periods where visitors can be left to walk around the big castle and see things for themselves. Besides, they even get an opportunity to use the castle’s largest room for their exhibitions. Balmoral Castle should be the dream destination of every tourist.

Balmoral Castle
   Balmoral Castle: Photo by www.journeyranger.com

Cawdor Castle

It is practically impossible to describe the most beautiful castles in Scotland without discussing Cawdor Castle. It has got a remarkable history as one of the fairy-tale edifices of Scotland. Also comprised as part of this castle are its romantic gardens that have existed for over 300 years. Walking into this castle will be one of your greatest life achievements.

Cawdor Castle
Cawdor Castle: Photo by www.scottish-at-heart.com

Eilean Donan Castle

Are you looking for a castle with one of the highest records in terms of pictures taken? Then you’ve got to give it up for Eilean Donan Castle. Almost everybody who has been to this castle has talked about it as being a storehouse for plenty of rare artifacts. It is one fancy structure that any nature-loving person would love to spend some time in. So if you genuinely want to have a feeling of what Scotland has to offer in terms of castles, then you may want to begin with this one.

Eilean Donan castle at dusk
       Eilean Donan castle at dusk: Photo by commons.wikimedia.org

Dunnottar Castle

I have listened to commentators talk about Dunnottar Castle, and the truth be told, these guys are lost of words to use in describing this edifice. That goes to show you how magnificent and charming this place could be. Seating majestically on a clifftop, and designed with a view overlooking the northeast coast, this graceful structure has been an integral part of the history of Scotland. Seeing it alone in the reflection of a setting sun will cast a spellbinding effect on the viewer. 

Dunnottar Castle
       Dunnottar Castle: Photo by www.tripadvisor.co.uk

Eilean Donan, Inverness-shire

A 13th-century edifice such as this cannot be omitted from this list. This is another respectable feature in the history of Scotland. This charming structure has links to the mainland via a small bridge. The Scottish government thought about restoring it during the 20th century, and since then, it has been featured on movies and television shows. Visitors are allowed to have a first-hand view of the rooms, the weapons inside, and every other exciting artifact that you may want to see. 

Eilean Donan, Inverness-shire
Eilean Donan, Inverness-shire: Photo by www.ancient-origins.net

Ballindalloch Castle, Banffshire

Situated in one of the whiskey areas of Scotland, Ballindalloch Castle is one castle that has made a name for itself. Dissimilar to other castles, this castle is private to the Grant family for years now. However, you can be part of the magnificent structure whenever it is summer. Also, it has a shop where you can buy a couple of Scotland-made goods.

Ballindalloch Castle, Banffshire
        Ballindalloch Castle, Banffshire: Photo by www.pinterest.com/

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