The castle is a 16th-century tower house with 19th-century extensions, the grounds of which operate as a park and boasts an award-winning Japanese Friendship garden.
Its residents epitomised the Scottish Edwardian wealthy middle class. The interior of the castle was designed by William Robert Reid, and boasts some diverse furniture collections including 18th-century Italian Furniture, the most exciting of which is a ‘pietra dura’ table top dating from 1590, the colours of which inspired the design of the Reception Hall at the castle. The castle exactly as it was in 1926 and can be toured via a guided tour.
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