Fairytale Castle Craigievar

An example of the original Scottish Baronial style is Craigievar Castle; a pink seven story castle completed in 1626 set in the rolling foothills of the Grampian Mountains.  It took some doing to find this castle with all of the driving through those hills and one lane roads but I had to see a pink castle.

It so reminded me of something from Rapunzel or Tangled if you are a Disney fan.  As we had already driven quite a lot that day visiting three other castles, by the time we reached here it was closed.  The caretaker there said it was alright for me to walk around the grounds to take photos which made me very happy.

Is it wrong to say a castle is cute because this one is!

Teri 📷

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16 Responses to Fairytale Castle Craigievar

  1. Timothy Price says:

    That’s a great castle.

  2. Ingrid says:

    Another fascinating structure!

  3. Piglove says:

    That is by far the cutest castle ever! I think I want to live there!! XOXO – Bacon

  4. Lignum Draco says:

    Very fairytale-like. Is the pink the natural colour of the stone?

  5. Valerie says:

    Wow, this castle is amazing! It definitely is cute!

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  6. Uncle Tree says:

    Pretty In Pink has competition. 😉 Pastel Caselle. Very cool, Teri!

  7. Mark Myers says:

    I do see Tangled in that. My girls would love it.

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