During this period the Keep was built in Dingwall in the Scottish Highlands.
Approximate date of the oldest part of the current castle.
Bayne family in occupation.
The castle was built on the keep, built as a square with a large courtyard in the middle. Main entrance was on the east.
The castle had extensions added to it on the west side.
Due to financial difficulties, the estate was bankrupt and was sold to a cousin Henry Davidson (son of William Davidson who was married to Jean Bayne) in the January for ₤10,500 - more than twice the market value. Henry thus became the 1st Davidson of Tulloch. An addition was made to the castle that same year.
The Tulloch farm was rebuilt.
Caisteal Gorach, designed by Robert Adam, was built on the hill above Tulloch.
A fire destroyed an extensive part of the front of the castle.
The castle was again damaged by fire.
Restoration and improvements by Andrew Maitland & Sons.
Duncan, 6th and last Davidson of Tulloch, Laird dies. Under his will, his wife, Mary Gwendoline, continues to live in the castle until her death and then to be passed to Douglas Vickers who had married a grand-daughter of Duncan 4th.
A new third storey was added to the east wing for Vickers family by Sir Robert Lorimer. Mary Gwendoline outlived Douglas Vickers and on her death the castle passed to his third son, Angus Douglas Vickers.
He eventually sold the castle to the Ross-shire County Council who leased it to the Education Authority and it was used as a school hostel.
The castle was sold to the MacAulays who turned it into a hotel which it remains today. Tulloch Castle Hotel is now part of the Oxford Hotels and Inns UK chain.
A former deer larder at the hotel is converted into the 'Clan Davidson Room' - the small museum houses the clan's artefacts and memorabilia.
Restoration and conservation of the Davidson Burial Ground and legal ownership by Clan Davidson UK.