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Ancestor Castle - Comyn / Lochindorb Castle

A family name of Cummings is connected to the Scottish name Comyn, and we found that the ancestral castle is Comyn or Lochindorb Castle. It's in the middle of a loch on the the Dava Moor, south of Nairn and Forres. So we have read. Is it possible to get there, how close can we get? Is it worth the drive? Is it better to come in from Nairn or via A9 ? Thanks.


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