Scotland Distilleries

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Castle Campbell

Castle Campbell is dramatically situated above Dollar Glen and is a 15th century fortress

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B

Urquhart Castle

The magnificently situated Urquhart Castle, on the banks of Loch Ness, is an iconic landmark of Scotland

Photo - Urquhart Castle

C

Dunstaffnage Castle

Dunstaffnage Castle was built before 1275 on a huge rock overlooking the Firth of Lorn

Photo - Dunstaffnage Castle

D

National Museum of Flight

The National Museum of Flight is located in the depths of the East Lothian countryside but has a significant collection including a concorde.

Photo - National Museum of Flight

E

Preston Mill

Preston mill is a working grain mill that will fascinate adults and children alike.

Photo - Preston Mill

F

Edzell Castle

Edzell Castle is a fine example of a typical 16th-century nobleman?s residence with uniquely designed and adorned gardens

Photo - Edzell Castle

G

Spynie Palace

Spynie Palace was the residence of the bishops of Moray

Photo - Spynie Palace

H

Pitmedden Garden

Pitmedden Garden is a stunning garden thate re-creates the parterre designs of the 17th century with an adjoining Museum of Farming Life

Photo - Pitmedden Garden

I

Dirleton Castle and Garden

Dirleton Castle is a ruined fortress residence. It has splendid gardens, which now include the world\'s longest herbaceous border.

Photo - Dirleton Castle and Garden

J

Duart Castle

Duart Castle is the spectacular castle built on the headland as you approach Mull on the Oban ferry

Photo - Duart Castle


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