Interesting 16th century baronial castle a little off the beaten track in Perth. It consists mainly of two towers joined together with circular staircases to the ramparts at the top. Children would enjoy climbing these. The castle witnessed a great deal of history & part of the original ceiling & plasterwork remains. The grounds are very pleasant with picnic tables which would be good in the summer but we visited when heavy snow was just about cleared. Guide is very informative including telling tale of love-lorn young woman who allegedly jumped from one tower to the other to escape detection of being with her lover. Car park is very small & there are no other facilities apart from a toilet.
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