Links of Urquhart Interest

Castle Craig is a 16th-Century fortified tower, perched on a rocky outcrop of the Black Isle, on the shores of the Cromarty Firth. Follow the link above to their new website.

This ancient Church on the Black Isle contains memorials to the Urquharts of Braelanagwell & Newhall.  Visit the shop “Resolis Slope of Light, guide to a Black Isle Parish”. This Trust receives a modest annual grant from The Clan Urquhart Foundation.

This award winning 18th c. Black Isle Museum contains the Urquhart Room, dedicated in May 1999. It receives a modest annual grant from the Clan Urquhart Foundation.
Sept officially recognized by the 27th Urquhart Chief, in 2000, those eligible: Cromarties of South Ronadlsay, Orkney and descendants, including Cromartys  in  Australia , New Zealand, and the United States.

For centuries home borough of the Chiefs of Clan Urquhart. Adam Urquhart, 2nd Chief of Clan Urquhart became Baron & Sheriff of Cromarty in 1358. Jonathan Urquhart of Cromarty, 15th Chief was compelled to sell the Barony of  Cromarty in 1685.

craigston castle
 This Castle, built between 1603 and 1606 by John Urquhart of Craigfintry, better know in the family as The Tutor, is the oldest continuously lived-in Urquhart building in Scotland. Craigston Castle is open for visitors and over-night guests. Visit their site to find out more.
Located in Beverly, MA, it was established in 1977 as a North Shore Middle School, by Lynn and David Warren. David Warren, her late husband, was a descendant of the Urquhart Family of  New Orleans.
Glen Urquhart where Urquhart Castle is located belonged to Conachar Mor, legendary founder of Clan Urquhart. The Castle and Clan Urquhart take their name from the Glen. This later ruined castle sits on the site of an ancient vitrified fort. A National Trust of Scotland Property, the castle is managed by Historic Scotland .