Dunstaffnage Castle, one of the oldest surviving "castles of enceinte". The castle dates back to the century, making it one of Scotland's oldest stone castles, in a local group which includes Castle Sween and Castle Tioram.
Recent research has shown that Doune Castle was originally built in the thirteenth century, then probably damaged in the Scottish Wars of Independence, before being rebuilt in the late century by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany
Dunstaffnage Castle And Chapel, Argyl, is an ancient site and was a stronghold since the century or earlier. It was held by the MacDougalls, but was seized by Robert the Bruce. Then the Campbells of Argyll were made hereditary keepers of the castle.