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The 12th century castle mound with steps up and accompanied by Highland Mary of Robet Burns fame. Great views of the Firth of Forth and of Dunoon with the museum and its gardens. A little run down and the access to Mary Campbell needs upgrading....More
Great wee place to go & explore just don't do what I did & forget your camera! It's a good wee walk to the top,but you can take it at you're own pace as there are rails & places to stop & enjoy the view...More
As a wee child I lived in Dunoon and I remember climbing the hill many times to sit and take in the beauty of the area. This was a must-do for me on my recent trip and it did not disappoint. Go see Highland Mary!
Not much left of the home of my ancestors, so many hundreds of years ago. Very pretty view and having a small museum nearby is nice. Castle crumbled and some of it was used to build 19th century "castle/museum" . Still fun to see where...More
Even a freezing cold and wet day the views from the hill are great.
The castle wasn’t open but we sneaked in for a peak and what we saw was really nice. A large semi circular stone staircase leads up to the museum, and there...More
We were staying at ZHunter's Quay holiday camp and Dunoon is the nearest big town ( Morrisons, Coop, small shops etc)
The castle is set high opposite the Victorian pier.
In July it had attractive flower beds and several seats to sit and people watch....More