The Red Castle Of Lunan
The Red Castle of Lunan stands on high ground overlooking Lunan Bay, on the North Sea coast. Immediately to the north of the Castle is the mouth of the Lunan Water, with the hamlet of Lunan beyond.
The earliest structure on the site was built for King William the Lion – in the late twelfth century – to repel Viking invasions at Lunan Bay. William would even take up residence here whilst on hunting expeditions.