Dating back to the 13th century, it was originally held by the Comyns, but later occupied by the English and was visited by Edward I in 1303 when he stayed here for 9 days, hunting out on the moor.
Later it was used as a prison and also a garrison for English troops. When the Scottish Privy Council instructed the Thane of Cawdor to dismantle Lochindorb after it had been forfeited by the Earl of Moray in around 1455, the huge iron yett was transported to Cawdor Castle and can now be seen in the bowels of the building.
Here you will also find the Landmark Forest Adventure Park, offering a wide range of attractions and activities for all.
The famous picturesque bridge over the Dulnain River dates back to 1717. The World Porridge Making Championships take place here every October.Mini cars, Mini Diggers and remote controlled trucks. There is also a family restaurant, snack bar and shop. GRANTOWN-ON-SPEY A planned town created by Sir James Grant of Grant in 1766.This is one of the most important centres in the area together with Aviemore.Each year, Summit Business Media holds insurance-themed, financial and professional services events across the country.These conferences provide important training, networking and learning opportunities.