Drumin Castle

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Ruins of Drumin Castle.

Drumin Castle is a ruined tower house near Glenlivet, Moray, Scotland. The castle is situated on a ridge above the junction of the Livet and Avon Rivers. It is a designated scheduled monument. [1]


The lands were granted by King Robert II to his son Alexander Stewart in the early 1370s. It passed from the Stewart family to the Gordon family in 1490. The castle was abandoned in the 18th century and fell into disrepair.


  1. ^ "Drumin Castle SM356". Historic Environment Scotland. Retrieved 27 September 2017.

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Coordinates: 57°21′23″N 3°21′26″W / 57.35633°N 3.357322°W / 57.35633; -3.357322