here and here. The castle ruins stand on a large artificial mound, probably the remains of a twelfth century motte. The visible ruins are of a structure built in the early 1600s, but abandoned at the end of the eighteenth century. Apparently much of the stone was used to build the nearby Crawford Castle farmhouse, which explains why so little remains.
On walking up the road towards the castle I noticed this little gate. I could so easily have walked past, but something made me stop and look closer.
Photos © Skip Cottage