|Location||Moray, Scotland, United Kingdom|
|Surface||Grass, Stone, rough paths|
|DuffusCastle at Turfgame.com|
DuffusCastle is a turf zone in the municipality of Moray in the region of Scotland in United Kingdom and is counted as a ruin zone.
Duffus Castle was a fortress–residence for more than 500 years, from the 1100s to the 1700s. The stone castle we see today was built in the 1300s, replacing an earlier timber fortress.
Once one of the strongest castles in Scotland, it was reduced to a decaying ruin by the time of its abandonment in 1705. But the castle remains an impressive sight, situated on a mound rising out of the flat Laich of Moray.
- DuffusKirk (to the northwest)
- StPetersKirk (to the north)