National Geographic : 1952 Jul
© National Geographic Society 96 Placid Waters Mirror Ancient Walls and Turrets of Dunvegan Castle, Home of MacLeod Chiefs Since Medieval Times Dunvegan is one of the oldest continuously inhabited residences in Great Britain. Part of the castle dates back tothe 13th century. Many additions and alterations have been made. In olden times the MacLeod lair had but one entrance, a sea gate. The first landward door opened in1748.