The Douche

David Balfour constructed Dishan Tower in the 1600s known locally as The Douche. It was built as a dovecot but with the completion of Balfour Castle in 1848 it was converted into a salt water shower. A local landmark due to its high visibility when approaching the island by sea. Sadly its roof has now collapsed, but it still stands tall in front of the Castle as you approach from the sea.