Author: Charles Maclean
Scottish Castles - Pocket GuideRe-formatted for Spring 2008 the ever-popular Little Book series has been expanded in an attractive new format.
While the number and variety of castles scattered throughout Scotland testify to a turbulent past, visiting them today is frequently a fascinating and tranquil experience. This guide lists some of the most important Scottish castles that are both accessible and worth visiting.
They range from early fortifications and medieval towers to the great fortresses such as those at Edinburgh and Stirling and others including Urquhart, Eilean Donan and Edzell.
Each has its own particular character and story to tell. Together they represent an astonishingly rich contribution to Scotlandís heritage.