Duffus Castle

Amid the vast expanse of the Laich of Moray, where the remnants of Spynie Loch whisper tales of bygone days, stands the formidable relic of Duffus Castle. Once a beacon of medieval architecture, this stronghold traces its origins back to the age when mottes adorned Scotland’s landscape. For half a millennium, this castle stood as both fortress and home, evolving from timber to stone, bearing witness to centuries of power struggles, allegiances, and societal shifts. Although abandoned since the early 18th century, its silent walls still resonate with echoes from the past, beckoning visitors to journey back in time and embrace the legacy of the Moray family.

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