An Account of several Antiquities in Gairloch Parish, Ross-shire
Earthwork, Apertures, Stone Walls, Fort
Medieval, Thirteenth Century
The robbed dun at Creag an Fhamhair is described and illustrated. Stone walls, an entrance and an outer earthwork have been identified. The ruin at Obhair Latha, meaning " The Day's Work." consists of four columns of rude, strong masonry with apertures and was a defensive structure. The vitrified fort at Gairloch is said to have been used as a stronghold by the Macbeaths, and subsequently the M'Leods.