Innerwick Castle dates back to the 15th and 16th centuries, and sits on a rocky promontory separated from the surrounding landscape by a rock-cut ditch measuring some 5.5 metres wide and 4.5 metres deep.
The castle is thought to have been razed in 1402 or 1406 then rebuilt, and then damaged again when burned in 1547.
Alternative names for Innerwick Castle
Where is Innerwick Castle?
Innerwick Castle is in the parish of Innerwick and the county of East Lothian.
Grid reference:NT 7351 7369
Lat / long:55.955557,-2.425685