Castle Of Mey (Barrogil Castle), Caithness
Map Ref: ND 289739

A 16th century castle with fantastic views over the Pentland Firth. It was built by George, 4th earl of Caithness. The castle was bought by H.M. Queen Mother in 1952.

Castle Of Mey Web Site
Castle Of Mey Opened To the Public For The first Time 14 August 2002
Her late Majesty the Queen Mother left the castle to a trust to ensure it was preserved for the area.  It was her residence in the north of Scotland where she came each year for a few weeks.   Castle of Mey Enquiries and Bookings Tel 01847 851473
Opening Times and Admission

Inside Castle Of Mey Photo Gallery
Mey Castle From The Air
Castle Of Mey From Above on Local Live

See Mey From The Air
The castle is in a fantastic position overlooking the Pentland Firth and was the seat of the Earls of Caithness in the past.

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A representation by Andrew Spratt of how Castle of Mey might have looked in the past.