At the Battle of Bannockburn, in June 1314, Bruce defeated a much larger English army under the control of Edward II, confirming the re-establishment of an independent Scotland. The battle marked a significant turning point, and, freed from English threats, Scotland’s armies could now invade northern England if need be.
Haunted Scotland welcomes you toDoune Castle, situated near the village of Doune, within the Stirling district of Scotland. The castle is a beautiful medieval stronghold in fantastic condition, testament to the astonishing work that is conducted by Historic Scotland and their faithful staff.
Research has indicated that Doune Castle was originally built-in the thirteenth century, most likely receiving substantial damage during the Scottish Wars of Independence.