Cluggy Castle, Perthshire
West of Crieff
Cluggy Castle is a 15th century tower located on a promontory on the north side of Monzievaird Loch, at the far end of a holiday park. It was once protected by a ditchand drawbridge. It is built on the site of an earlier 13th century castle of the once powerful Comyn's. Earlier still, Kenneth III, King of Scots, was killed on the south side of the Loch in 1005.
A lovely little castle that can be accessed via the holiday park, where with consideration you can park, with a short pleasant walk along the loch to the castle.