There are seemingly no remains left of Dalmeny Castle and its exact location is unknown.
Dalmeny was the property of the Mowbrays of Dalmeny and Barnbougle until they sold it to Thomas Hamilton, 1st Earl of Haddington, in 1615.
Some sources locate the site of the castle as just west of Dalmeny House, built between 1814 and 1817. The old castle, confusingly also referred to as Dalmeny House, is said to have been demolished at the end of the 18th century.
A perhaps more likely location is at the medieval village of Dalmeny. A possible motte was identified just west of the church there at Wester Dalmeny although any trace of it seems to have been destroyed.
On Adair’s late 17th century map a tower is marked to the left (i.e. west) of a church, both named Damenie, just south-east of Queensferry and considerably inland from Barnbougle Castle.
I have placed the site of the castle at Dalmeny village pending further research.
Alternative names for Dalmeny Castle
Dalmenie; Dalmeny House; Damenie; Dumanie; Dumanin; Dumany; Dumanyn; Dummanyn; Dunmeny; Wester Dalmeny