Little remains of the castle. 
The last occupants recorded were Margaret and Christian Leslie, in 1729. 
The castle was built on a steep promontory above a loop on the river. It was naturally defended on three sides; there is evidence of artificial scarping on the narrow ridge by which the castle may be approached from the other side. 
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