Dunvegan Castle & Gardens
Dunvegan Castle and gardens is the seat of the
MacLeod of MacLeod, chief of the Clan MacLeod.
Dunvegan Castle is the oldest
continuously inhabited castle in Scotland
and has been the stronghold of the chiefs of the clan
for nearly 800 years. Originally designed to keep people
out, it was first opened to visitors in 1933. Since
then, the castle is consistently ranked as one of
Scotland's premier visitor attractions. The Castle Gardens are
an oasis of calm and beauty. The walled garden is particularly
sheltered and in summer is a warm sun trap. many of the plants
are rare and specialist. The gardens cover an extensive area
and are worthy of some time spent looking carefully.
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