Minard Castle

A mansion and estate on the northwest shore of Loch Fyne, a mile (2 km) south of Minard in Argyll and Bute Council Area, Minard Castle dates from the 18th century, when it was built by built by the Campbell family as Knockbuie House. The house was reconstructed as a Neo-Tudor pile in 1842 by J.T. Rochead (1814-78) and extended in the 20th century. It was sold to the Forestry Commission in the late 1940s and then to the Holiday Fellowship, a religiously-motivated organisation founded in England in 1913 which promoted healthy holidays, who used it as a hotel for many years. The castle has been a private residence since 1974.

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