Guided talk of historic 12th century Castle Roy near Nethy Bridge.
One of Scotland’s oldest ruined castles with connections to the Clan Cumming and Grant.
Discover its history and recent conservation journey.
Meet the new guardians of Castle Roy, Murdo the Highland cow and his buddy, Buster the sheep.
Open day from 11 am- 5pm, walking tours of around 30 mins available as required between those hours.
|LOCATION||Castle Roy, Nethy Bridge|
|REQUIREMENTS||Waterproofs if raining. No special footwear required. Short walk on gravel paths from carpark to castle. Distance about 50m.
Picnic table available.
Suitable for families
|DISABLED ACCESS||Disabled car parking available, 50m from site
Suitable paths with gravel surface from carpark to castle. Slight incline.
|COST||None but donations to Castle Roy Trust welcome – QR code at site for donations|
|BOOKING INFO||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|