The ruins on this site is spread out along several hills. Walking through the ruins made you use your imagination to see how it must of looked when it was intact and luckily there is a model of the castle in the gift shop to compare it with. There were lots of walls and a few stairwells to navigate on this sprawling site. The best thing was where it was situated, right on the edge of Loch Ness. We enjoyed our visit, but it did not have a lot of historical information available to learn more about the castle.
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