Moy Castle stands at the head of Loch Buie and was built in the 15th century.

 Moy Castle was built by Hector MacLean, brother of Maclean of Duart and the founder of the re-named MacLaines of Lochbuie who made it their home. The castle was abandoned as a residence in 1752 when Lochbuie House was built.

Much renovation has been carried in recent years to stabilise the building and access is not permitted for safety reasons. The castle is still well worth a visit as it has a commanding view over Loch Buie and there are lovely walks out to the Standing Stone Circle and nearby Laggan Sands.