TOUR THE CASTLE
Take a look at some of the rooms open to visitors. Of course there’s lots more to see when you visit!
Make an entrance through the grand front door just as the Duke would have done after debarking from his yacht in 1850 and coming up the steep hill in a coach and four. The Duke and Duchess wanted to create a great first impression, and it still impresses today. Wonderful flower arrangements throughout the Castle add to the grandeur. The sweeping Main Staircase boasts a collection of hunting trophies, proving that this Castle was one of the largest hunting lodges in Scotland.
See how they sat down to dinner in 1850
The Music Room
Features several important paintings
The Breakfast Room
The Victorians were very keen on having separate rooms for separate functions, hence a Breakfast Room
The Drawing Room
Saved by sailors
The Library houses over 10,000 books
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