Built in the year 1316,as part of the Scotland defense chain, Castle McBeth
sits between the cities of Elgin and Inverness. It protects the cities and the North Harbor,
a vital shipping port.
The castle itself is unique in that it has a town built around it and is protected by a high stone wall on three sides. The castle grounds are huge, ten miles to a side,
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The city called Castletown lies to the west side of the castle and has many shops a forge, an
orphanage, and a university. Castle McBeth carries a standing army of 300 men, mostly combat blooded and loyal to Scotlands freedom.
To the west of the castle are farms and wheat fields, and a small garrison of troops.
Visitors and guests of the castle are always treated with the utmost courtesy and marvel at the beauty of the place.