This is quite a small site with a twin towered Scottish baronial castle. A small hut serves as the Historic Environment Scotland ticket office. The castle is well maintained although there is not a lot to see in it, the main feature being a medieval painted ceiling. The castle is home to a colony of bats but these nocturnal creatures are invisible during the day. Please be aware of two negative features of this site before visiting. First, the site closes for lunch. Second, the parking facilities are very limited and are only suitable for family cars.
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