This was built from the fifteenth century by the Clan Ruthven and was previously known as the Place Ruthven. It was renamed Huntingtower after the demise of the Ruthven's following their plots against King James VI. The castle has two complete tower houses with the eastern tower noted for it's painted ceiling. It is open daily throughout the year. It is located close to the village of Huntingtower close to the A9 to the northwest of Perth.