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Visit this impressive townhouse and discover a 16th century family home. The remains of this late 16th century house show how architecture changed from the heavily defended tower house to a new, more domestic scale. Sir Thomas MacLellan of Bombie...more
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This castle is quite imposing & can’t be missed when visiting the town, it appears to be undergoing renovation at the moment as the internals are full of scaffolding.
We didn’t pay to go inside as felt we could see everything we needed to from...More
We visited MacLellans castle on the last day of our holiday and our castle tour!! Lovely little castle, lots of history and takes you into the history of the castle. It’s dog friendly too so we were able to take our dog in with us...More
Right by the harbour, and surrounded by the town, this is worth a visit if only to catch some of the views from the window openings. There is currently some renovation going on but you can still see most of the castle and get to...More
This is a small castle in the centre of town. Currently undergoing some renovation, but that doesn't stop you seeing it - just mars the photo's a little.
Total time needed around 45 minutes. Pleasing, but if it was raining or busy I'd skip it...More
A small castle in the middle of Kirkcudbright. A pleasent castle that is interesting but very small. Only a short time taken to see it all about 40 minutes tops. Still interesting and pleasent wandering around.
There are loads of ruined castles in South West Scotland but few right in the middle of a town. I have been to this castle before as a child and came again for the first time in 20 odd years this summer. The grounds are...More