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Castles & Historic Monuments


Nairn, Scotland, IV12 5RD

Historic Houses Association.

The central tower of the castle, set amongst beautiful Highland scenery, is a 14th century keep. 17th century wings have been added. Cawdor is the title promised by Shakespeare's witches to Macbeth, and legend makes the castle the place where Duncan was murdered. Massive walls and drawbridge. Original great hall is now the drawing room. Many fine tapestries including 17th century ones depicting the life of Noah.

17th century four poster bed has original velvet hangings. Stunning stone fireplaces and antique furniture. Country park.