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Wonderful Castle Ruins

We were on a cruise and took cabs to Cardross (there were 8 of us so we needed two cabs... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2015
MimiandPapa2862
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Milford, Michigan
Hidden Castle Ruin

Access from Golf course History[edit] Kilmahew castle was built upon the lands granted to... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2015
AlandSueGlasgow
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Cardross, United Kingdom
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17 Aug 2015
“Wonderful Castle Ruins”
4 Apr 2015
“Hidden Castle Ruin”
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Cardross, Scotland
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Reviewed 17 August 2015

We were on a cruise and took cabs to Cardross (there were 8 of us so we needed two cabs) specifically to look for Kilmahew Castle. Six of the 8 were Napiers and were very interested in the castle once owned by the Napier clan....More

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Reviewed 4 April 2015

Access from Golf course History[edit] Kilmahew castle was built upon the lands granted to the Napiers by Malcolm, the Earl of Lennox around the year 1290. The castle itself was built sometime in the 16th century by the Napier family, who owned it for 18...More

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This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC
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MimiandPapa2862
25 April 2015|
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If it was not for the woodland surrounding it you can almost see the castle ruins from where your cruise liner will dock (it is circa 4 miles away to the North East across the River Clyde). There's no ferry so you have two... More
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