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Dalquharran Castle, Dailly 15th century mansion now in ruin near Dailly. New Dalquharran was a Robert Adam Mansion and sadly now is a roofless ruin.
Built around 1786 on a prominent position above the Old Castle (which dates back to the 11th century).
Dundonald Castle 14th century tower-house of Robert II, founder of the Stewart dynasty.
Impressive barrel-vaulted laigh hall above which is a stately upper hall with remains of elegant rib-vaulting. Gloomy prison with fireplace and latrine surmounts oubliette.
Visitor centre with castle models, artefacts and 15th century bell.
Dundonald Parish Church Traditional stone building on site of two earlier buildings, 1804. Fine pre-Raphaelite stained glass. Pipe organ 1906 by Norman & Beard. Artefacts illustrating church history. Tidy graveyard with some interesting stones.
On the B730, Irvine to Tarbolton Road, at top of village main street.
Dunduff Castle, Dunure Substantial ruin now fully restored as a private residence on slope of Carrick Hills one mile east of Dunure.
Dating from the 15th Century it was built to an L-shaped plan and abandoned in 1696 shortly after its completion.
Dunure Castle A prominent and attractive ruin.
This castle was the scene of the horrific roasting of Allan Stewart, Commendator of Crossraguel Abbey, by the Cassillis Family in their attempt to seize the Abbey Lands.
Mary Queen of Scots also stayed three nights here. Picnic area and play park with ample parking.

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