Inverlochy Castle, one of Scotland's earliest surviving stone castles, was built in the 13th Century by the Comyns of Badenoch. It is sited on the south bank of the River Lochy and once had a moat on the three sides that faced away from the river. The moat has now gone but a substantial amount of the square castle, with round towers at each corner, still remain.
- 2 miles north east of Fort William off the A82. Signposted as Old Inverlochy Castle.
- Old Inverlochy Castle, Inverlochy, Fort William, Highland PH33 6TF
- Historic Scotland. Free, open access at any reasonable time.
- For further information visit www.historic-scotland.gov.uk
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