Barcaldine Castle

Barcaldine Castle

Oban, Argyll

Barcaldine Castle is a 17th-century tower house that was attacked during the massacre of Glencoe in 1692. The castle fell into disrepair in the later 19th century, but has since been restored and survives today as a hotel. Barcaldine is the perfect location for a ghost hunt, with a bottle dungeon and two hidden passageways.

It is said to be haunted by the ghost of Sir Duncan Campbell, who roams that castle searching for the man who murdered him. The hallways are also said to be haunted by a female spirit, she's also been spotted in the dining room. Figures have been see walking past doors, and guests have reported feeling as if they're pinned to their beds at night.

Barcaldine Castle Map

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