Duntrune Castle

Duntrune Castle stands on the north shore of Loch Crinan, a half-mile (1 km) north of the settlement of Crinan in Argyll and Bute Council Area. The enclosure of the castle dates from the 13th Century while the tower house dates from the 16th century. Restoration in the late 18th century and modernisation in the 1950s has maintained this seat of the Malcolm family in a habitable condition. Today it is B-listed.

Duntrune was drawn in 1815 by William Daniell (1769 - 1837) with the resulting aquatint published in his Voyage Round Great Britain.

Use the tabs on the right of this page to see other parts of this entry arrow

If you have found this information useful please consider making
a donation to help maintain and improve this resource. More info...

By using our site you agree to accept cookies, which help us serve you better