Cardoness Castle

Cardoness Castle, Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway

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  • Cardoness Castle is a 15th Century tower house just south west of Gatehouse of Fleet. It was originally owned by the MacCulloch family of Galloway also known as the MacCullochs of Myreton. They abandoned the castle in the late 17th Century, following the execution of Sir Godfrey McCulloch for the murder of a Clan Gordon neighbour. You have a good view of Fleet Bay from its battlements.

  • Cardoness Castle 7-day Weather Forecast

    Light rain tomorrow through next Tuesday, with temperatures falling to 14°C on Saturday.

    Today's Forecast
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
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       12%  79%   8 mph
      7:11 am    7:07 pm
    Wednesday, Sep 27th
     Rain starting in the evening.
     
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       68%  70%   18 mph
      7:12 am    7:05 pm

    Thursday, Sep 28th
     Light rain in the morning.
     
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    15
       65%  76%   11 mph
      7:14 am    7:02 pm
    Friday, Sep 29th
     Rain throughout the day.
     
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    15
       53%  73%   14 mph
      7:16 am    7:00 pm

    Saturday, Sep 30th
     Light rain overnight.
     
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    14
       27%  39%   5 mph
      7:18 am    6:57 pm
    Sunday, Oct 1st
     Light rain in the morning and afternoon.
     
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    15
       30%  79%   15 mph
      7:20 am    6:54 pm

    Monday, Oct 2nd
     Light rain throughout the day.
     
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    14
       70%  97%   20 mph
      7:22 am    6:52 pm
    Tuesday, Oct 3rd
     Light rain in the morning and afternoon.
     
    10
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    15
       55%  71%   14 mph
      7:24 am    6:49 pm

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