|Oban, Argyll, Scotland|
|Built by||Duncan Campbell|
Barcaldine Castle is a 17th-century tower house castle located at Barcaldine 9 miles north of Oban, Scotland. The castle was built by Sir Duncan Campbell, of Glenorchy, between 1601 and 1609. The castle fell into disrepair in the later 19th century, when Barcaldine House became the principal residence of the family. It was restored between 1897-1911 and now operates as the Barcaldine Castle bed & breakfast hotel.
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- CANMORE Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland listing - Barcaldine Castle
- Barcaldine Castle bed & breakfast website
- Barcaldine Weddings website
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