Dunvagen Castle (Skye) Reviews
Description:Address: MacLeod Estate / Dunvegan House / Dunvegan / Isle of Skye / IV55 8WF
Newest Review: ... paths and hidden corners. It was not a neat formal garden but more creative and natural which I liked. There was a wooden bridge and a waterfall , as well as ponds and burns ,secret nooks and covered walkways. There is a small formal round garden and throughout the entire area you can see many Rhododendrons but sadly they were well past blooming when we visited but I bet they look stunning ... more
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Dunvagen Castle MacLeod Estate (Dunvegan Castle) Dunvegan Isle of Skye IV55 8WF Tel: 01470 521206 Last October 2012 we spent a few days in the Isle of Skye and one of the places we visited was this castle. The castle is about a mile and a half to the north of Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye and is the seat of the MacLeod of MacLeod, chief of the Clan MacLeod. This amused me as the only Macleod I had come across before was the rather eccentric female caretaker of our school and I imagined her here and it just make me smile. OPENING TIMES AND PRICES 29th March to 15 October Daily 10am - 5.30pm (last entry 5pm) 16 ... Read the complete review
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