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The castle of Craigmillar is one of the most perfectly preserved castles in Scotland. Even today, the castle retains the character of a medieval stronghold. Building began in the early 15th century, and over the next 250 years the castle became a...more
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Had spent the weekend in Edinburugh and decided to visit Craigmillar on our way home. One of the best castles I have every visited. The castle has been well cared for, great history and stunning views from the top. Very reasonably priced at £6 each...More
After visiting several castles in Scotland, this was our least favourite, that's not to say it wasn't enjoyable or fun just less so that the others. Compared to the other castles, Craigmillar was pretty intact, full of information but very busy. Amazing views, friendly gift...More
We did not have the time to go inside. The walk was lovely with amazing breathtaking views of the sea and the mountains. There is a small carpark and a small gift shop that had ornaments, magnets, guidebooks and such. Staff member inside was knowledgeable...More
We had no intention of visiting Craigmillar Castle but decided to be spontaneous and take advantage of our Scotland Explorer Pass. We are so glad we did. It is absolutely stunning. The staff in the ticket box are very welcoming and friendly. The kids were...More
This gem is just outside of Edinburgh and presents an ideal opportunity to walk inside this ruined castle. Thoroughly enjoyed walking throughout with virtually no other visitors which made for an even more enjoyable experience. There are a variety of nooks and crannies with amazing...More