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Used in the Monty Python And The Holy Grail film in 1975 (Yes that long ago!), is this very picturesque castle.
Worth a stop if your in the area. Consider also looking up the other attraction (Castle Stalker View Cafe) for a good view and...More
We came across this castle on the way to Oban (from Glencoe). The sun was setting behind the castle and the colours reflected in the surrounding water. It was stunning! It was so beautiful we had to stop and check it out!
Don't plan to...More
If you stop for a coffee and are a Highlander fan, definitely something you can look at, however make sure it is rather in the morning so you are able to take pictures, in the afternoon you have to shoot against the light, so the...More
This is really worth pre-booking (tours are by reservation only). Count on 2 hours including the short boat ride over to the tiny island on which this picturesque castle sits. The views are stunning. The tour is really interesting with a thorough description of the...More
Very intriguing building from the shore. It is absolutely worth booking a tour, which is the only way to see the castle up close as it is privately owned. We went on a very dreich and dreary day, but it only made the setting more...More
Did not do the tour but did the country walk (Jubilee Walk) to get there, which was great fun and lots of wild life to see and view the castle from the banish of the Loch.
Very impressive building and in its day very important....More
This is our 6th Scotland trip and we have passed by Stalker perhaps 8 or 9 times in our travels. But never has our timing and the tides coincided. We have seen the castle from the viewpoint at the Cafe at the top of the...More