Moy Castle on the beautiful and lush Isle of Mull were at the top of our list to see during our first family trip to Scotland in June. My husband and his family have ancestral roots that run deep here, so it was important that we pay a visit after many years of talking about it. Moy Castle was built in the 15th century by Hector MacLean, founder of the renamed MacLaines of Lochbuie who made the castle their home. The castle is in a beautiful, scenic location by the sea, called Lochbuie, (Loch meaning lake and buie, bay) on the south coast of the Hebridean island of Mull. The castle was captured from the MacLaines but later returned. It was abandoned as a residence in 1752 when Lochbuie House was built. The site is now a scheduled monument. Any of the landscape images you see here and on my website can be custom ordered for your home or office on either premium fine art canvas, lightweight aluminum or fine art photo paper. Contact me for pricing and information.
Isle of Mull – Moy Castle
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