Duntrune Castle is a historic castle located in the county of Argyll, Scotland. It is situated near the village of Duntrune, close to Loch Crinan and the town of Lochgilphead. The castle sits atop a rocky promontory overlooking Loch Crinan, providing picturesque views of the surrounding landscape.
The castle is believed to date back to the 12th century, making it one of the oldest inhabited castles in Scotland. It has a rich history and has been the seat of the Clan Malcolm for over 800 years. The castle has undergone various alterations and renovations over the centuries, reflecting different architectural styles and periods.
Duntrune Castle is a private residence and is not typically open to the public. However, it remains a significant landmark in the region, attracting visitors with its historical significance and stunning setting along the Scottish coastline.