The Peel of Fichlie is a motte and bailey castle site. All that’s visible now is the square mound of the motte surrounded by a ditch.
It’s thought that a castle was built here some time after 1228 when Alan Durward took control of a large portion of the Earldom of Mar.
Peel of Fichlie is in the parish of Towie and the county of Aberdeenshire.
Grid reference: NJ 4600 1390
Lat / long: 57.21286708, -2.894132529
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