Clan Hunter Blog
Learn more about Clan Hunter through our regular blog articles.
You can follow as our fantastic blogger, Lucy, shares her journeys around Scotland en route to the heart and seat of the Clan Hunter at Hunterston Castle.
Be part of the community by enjoying her stories and information about the land of the Clan and family.
Rinaldo Girasoli Couture
Learn how the Clan Hunter tartan got its unique identity.
Parts seven, eight and nine of The Battle of Largs retold by Todd Ferguson after research by Glasgow Archaeological Society.
The Battle of Largs: The end game and some anomalies
Parts five and six of The Battle of Largs retold in nine parts by Todd Ferguson after research by Glasgow Archaeological Society.
The Battle of Largs, part five: The other expedition to Loch Long and the Storm arrives with a vengeance.
Parts three and four of The Battle of Largs retold in nine parts by Todd Ferguson after research by Glasgow Archaeological Society.
Todd Ferguson is a local councillor for North Ayrshire, Scotland. Born and bred in West Kilbride, Todd takes a huge interest in his hometown, both the past and the present. Next to politics, he is a graduate of archaeology and in this re-telling of the Battle of...
The Battle of Largs – enlightening information from the past by Todd Ferguson
From Lucy’s Kitchen: Seville orange marmalade By Lucy J. Hunter-Weston In the northern hemisphere, January is a long, dark and cold month. And this year, we have more than our fair share of rather gloomy days. Thinking about my next recipe to post, it occurred to me...
From the Firth of Clyde to Cullen Skink
The Knife Man by Wendy Moore. Read about our ancestor John Hunter, esteemed anatomist and surgeon to King George III.
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You will find us off the A78 just north of West Kilbride. Look for our driveway marked by stone pillars and "Hunterston Estate"
Hunterston KA23 9QG
Telephone: 07980 209060
*This number is not continuously manned, so please do leave us a message.
OPENING TIMES AND ACCESS
Acccess to Hunterston Castle is strictly by appointment. Note that as a historic monument, wheel chair access is limited. More visitor information is available on our visitors page . Please email us to arrange a visit.