Great little broch with loads of info about how life would have been living here. Free attraction with great views.
This is a wonderful example of a broch - the best I have seen. Its free to visit, has a car park and a relatively easy path up to it. It is well worth the short walk as what you see from the road is nothing compared to what you see when you reach the broch itself. You can go... More
Did not know about this type of dry masonry construction before. As it is partly in ruin, you can see the cross section of the double walled construction.
The ingenuity of man in the Iron Age is demonstrated here. The stonework & size of this building on its hill top is amazing. You can climb up between the double walls to see how it must have been to live there.
worth the drive to see the broch, with it's; amazing stonework, it's still possible to climb inside. Nice little free on sire museum as well
The Doune broch at Carloway is an excellent example of this unique style of ancient dwelling. It is pretty complete and the good access gives a good appreciation of the double-skinned walls and large interior. The broch is situated on top of a hill with commanding views over the sea. The little grassy plateau surrounding the broch has quite a... More
Really interesting, free to visit and the best thing is that you can actually get inside for a look.
Duns Broch at Carloway is a fascinating example of an ancient tower home. Be ready to traverse some uneven steps and bend double to get through the entrance, but do go inside and climb as high as you can--the views from this cliff-side abode are wonderful! It also gives a good idea of what a large, likely status (chieftain?) home... More
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