Glenbuchat Castle

Aberdeenshire | Strathdon | Castle | ★★

[Glenbuchat Castle]

Glenbuchat Castle is a characterful 16th century ruin in the quiet upper part of Strathdon. This Z-plan tower house used to belong to the wealthy Gordon clan of nearby Huntly, falling into ruin after being sold by the family in the 1700s. With Kildrummy a few miles down the glen and Corgarff just a little further in the other direction, this is a great region in which to spend a day touring castles.

[Glenbuchat Castle]

Location & info

📌 Glenbuchat Castle ★★
By the A97 3 mi west of Glenkindie, Strathdon, G.R.: NJ 397149 ///rewarded.flank.trespass
Closed until further notice for conservation works | Free


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