There are almost no traces left of Invershin Castle, which once stood in a strategic spot on the banks of the Kyle of Sutherland. It was built by Hugh de Moravia in the 12th century. A branch of this family, the forebears of the Sutherlands, settled at Dunrobin.
Invershin lies at the confluence of two rivers and a narrow fording site. There are the remains of a burial chamber, burnt mounds. . .