Located at Stromemore, four miles south of Lochcarron village,
Strome Castle is today a fragmentary ruin.
Strome Castle Short History
Built on a low headland projecting into Loch Carron, the castle dates
from at least the mid 15th century, for in 1472 Alan MacDonald Dubh, 12th Chief of the
Camerons, was appointed Constable of Strome by the Lord of Lochalsh.
It passed through the female line to the MacDonalds of
Strome Castle comprises of a ruinous
square tower to the east with a courtyard to the west. This is entered through a gateway on the
north wall. A second gateway in the west wall still leads to the headland.
Mr C W Murray of Couldoran presented Strome to the
Trust in 1939.
Strome Castle Map&Location
Address: Strome Castle is located in Stromemore, Highland, UK (3,5
miles S-W from Lochcarron)
Geographic Coordinates: 57.359147, -5.555856 - Get help with directions:
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Strome Castle and Castle Bay
Strome Castle ruins
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Strome Castle walls