Duncraig Castle is a mansion in Lochalsh, in the west highlands of Scotland. It is situated 1 km east of the village of Plockton, on the south shore of Loch Carron. It was built in 1866 for Alexander Matheson, a Scottish businessman and Member of Parliament. It was built in the Scottish Baronial style, to designs by Alexander Ross.
Duncraig Castle was bequeathed to Ross and Cromarty County Council, and became a home-economics college after the Second World War. It is now a luxury bed and breakfast accommodation.
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- "Duncraig Halt (Ref:44180)". Listed Building Search. Historic Scotland. Retrieved 10 January 2014.
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