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Visit Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel car-free

Bus 005 runs every hour from Oban to Dunbeg and stops close to Dunstaffnage Castle. Our journey planner will show you train and bus times and walking routes.

Enjoy 25% off entry when you arrive car-free by train, bus or bike. 25% off the standard Adult, Child or Concession admission price when you book online with code GOOD25 and show bus/train ticket or bike on arrival.

Oban Taxis 01631 564666.

The West Highland railway line from Glasgow to Oban is an unforgettable five hours of stunning scenery, considered by some to be the most beautiful train journey in the world.

Scotrail have some great discounts if you’re travelling in a group of 3 or more, or with kids.

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About Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel

Visit the mighty stronghold of the ‘Kings of the Isles’ where Jacobite heroine Flora MacDonald was believed to have been held in prisoner. On an immense rock overlooking the Firth of Lorn near Oban stands the remains of one of the oldest stone castles in Scotland and the former stronghold of the MacDougalls. Built around 1220 by Duncan MacDougall, the son of Earl Somerled, known also as the ‘King of the Isles’, Dunstaffnage Castle was built at the height of the battle between Scotland and Norway for control of the Hebrides and was even once besieged by Robert the Bruce during the Wars of Independence.

For any queries about visiting contact Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel on 01631 562465 or ticketing@hes.scot

Address: Castle Grounds, Dunbeg, By Oban, Argyll, PA37 1PZ. Visit Website