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Cubbie Row's Castle (HS)
Cubbie Row's Castle (HS)

Cubbie Row's Castle (HS)

This is one of the earliest stone castles to survive in Scotland, built in about 1145.

This is one of the earliest stone castles to survive in Scotland, built in about 1145 by the Norseman Kolbein Hruga (Cubbie Roo'). It is a small rectangular tower enclosed by a circular ditch. The nearby ruined chapel is of late 12th century date, in Romanesque style.

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Cubbie Roo’s Castle and St Mary’s Chapel are free to visit and open year-round. 

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