Loch Awe, Argyll and Bute
This castle was a stronghold of the Campbells - later the Earls of Breadalbane - and was
initially built before 1450 and completed by 1475 or so. At that time it was on an island,
now a low-lying peninsula.
From a little closer in the layout becomes clearer and the people in the tower give
you a good idea of scale.
To access the castle from the car park use the path that loops round under
the railway - bear right to the west. It's not well signposted.