Lochs and Glens Books

Tuesday, 20 February 2007


Lochindorb Castle is a ruined thirteenth century castle on an island in a loch of the same name on Dava Moor between the Rivers Spey and Findhorn, seven miles northwest of Grantown—on—Spey. Once a hunting seat of the Comyn family, it became better known as one of the strongholds of the Wolf of Badenoch. Lochindorb came into the hands of Archibald Douglas, Earl of Moray but he was defeated and killed in rebellion against James II in 1455 and the castle was destroyed and left as a ruin.

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