If you are fit the walk up Dollar Glen beside the burn is beautiful. Castle is small but well worth a visit, especially if you climb to the top of the tower. Superb views.
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We loved our experience here. The hike up the glen was wonderful--vigorous enough to make us work a bit but not so hard that we were too exhausted to enjoy the castle ruins. Only two other visitors so it was easy to take all the...More
Not the easiest of castles to get to. Once you get to the bottom car park it's up up up for 1500 meters. Then a bit down and up again. Great history in this castle and the views are amazing. Bring water if you are...More
Don't take the car; park in Dollar and walk up the Glen to this interesting castle. Very helpful staff from Scottish Heritage. As members of English Heritage we got on free. Excellent guide book for £2.50 and fabulous views on a clear day. No cafe...More
Lovely well preserved castle with super views of the countryside .Friendly helpful staff. We were fortunate that it was lovely weather but I imagine it could be a bit dreich in the winter!
Driving to this castle we came to a sign that stated castle 1500 metres, pedestrians only beyond this point, so we reversed a few yards and parked in the car park. The sign also stated good footwear was recommended. I think mountain boots would have...More
The castle is hidden right at the top of Dollar Glen in the village/town of Dollar, well preserved ruins with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. The glen itself is enchanting to walk through, with a steep climb amongst beautiful trees, babbling stream and small...More
Beautiful day out. Did not realise you had to walk 1500 metres to reach the castle mostly uphill. It was well worth it and walked through the glen on way back. Scenery was amazing but some bits of the walk were a bit scarey as...More
Great castle which has been really well maintained. Great and informative guides who were very friendly. Children completed the activity which created lots of discussion too. Has picnic tables inside and outside and whilst it does not have a tea room, the shop sells tea...More