Varrich Castle (Scotland) Reviews
Description:Castle ruins located near Tongue in northern Scotland
Newest Review: ... wooden fence stiles to clamber over. There isn't a lot left of the castle today but it is thought to be over 1,000 years old. We know that it was once the seat of the chief of the Clan Mackay but its precise origins are not known. During the 14th century the Mackays occupied the site and most of the remains originate from around this time but it seems that they probably built their castle ... more
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by - written on 21/09/10 (Very useful, 135 readings)
The remains of Varrich Castle stand in an elevated position on the lower slopes of Ben Loyal overlooking the village of Tongue in northern Scotland. When I visited Tongue recently (July 2010) I knew about the existence of the castle as it is marked on most local maps but I wasn't sure if there would be a way to reach it or not. Therefore I was pleased when I spotted the footpath sign opposite the village stores that said "Footpath to Castle Varrich". The footpath drops down to a river where there is a wooden bridge to cross it and then it starts to climb up through Varrich Woods. It isn't a particularly difficult walk and the footpath is of quite a ... Read the complete review
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