Brodie Castle, Scotland

Ptotos from Brodie Castle


Grampian, Scotland, near Nairn, a typical tower house , was partially burned in 1645 and remodelled in 1730s with additions of the present entrance hall and library in the 19th centuries. Fine furniture, porcelain, paintings and unusual plaster ceilings. Famous for many varietes of daffodils in Springtime.

14th century Balgonie Castle

castleSituated in the heart of the Kingdom of Fife and perched above the winding River Leven – home of the Laird, Lady and Younger of Balgonie and Eddergoll.

In recent years Balgonie Castle has been undergoing a slow but detailed restoration to return it to its former glory, with great effort being made to preserve its unique atmosphere.

Since the restoration of the Chapel in 1989, the Castle has become accepted as one of the most romantic wedding venues in Scotland and a public service is held in the Chapel on the third Sunday of each month.

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