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Lallybroch Castle tours

Lallybroch Castle tours

Outlander Lallybroch Castle tours and news from Private tours Edinburgh , 07305-294773 Looking for Jamie Fraser Outlander tours from Edinburgh ? How about taking a unique shore excursion visiting three key locations in the life of Jamie Fraser –  Lallybroch  ( Midhope Castle ) , Jamie’s ancestral home , Linlithgow Palace ( Wentworth Prison ) and  Blackness Castle ( Fort William ) . We also offer custom tours to locations of your choice . Phone +44-131 549 9785 for more details. Midhope Castle Outlander tours Lallybroch is…

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Drummond Castle Gardens tour

Drummond Castle Gardens tour

  Drummond Castle Gardens tour   Drummond Castle and Gardens – the grounds, which date back to 1630, are considered “the best example of formal terraced gardens in Scotland”. The castle was used as the Palace of Versailles in an episode of TV drama Outlander. Drummond Castle Gardens, which are protected as a category A listed building — in contrast to the B listed castle — already attract thousands of visitors per year, and are included on the Inventory of…

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Midhope Castle – Outlander’s Lallybroch phone 0800-6190575

Midhope Castle – Outlander’s Lallybroch phone 0800-6190575

Midhope Castle – Outlander’s Lallybroch Located on the Hopetoun Estate is Midhope Castle ,  the external location for fictional Lallybroch, the family home of character Jamie Fraser. Midhope Castle dates back to the 15th Century and although the exterior is relatively intact the castle is derelict inside and not open to the public . Book your Outlander tours on 07305-294773 . Hopetoun House Hopetoun House was designed by William Bruce and then altered and extended by William Adam, Hopetoun House is one…

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Callendar House , Falkirk gets five star rating

Callendar House , Falkirk gets five star rating

Callendar House has received a five-star rating from VisitScotland. The 14th century building, set within Callendar Park and opened to the public in 1996 after centuries as a family home with links to Mary Queen of Scots, has achieved the national tourism organisation’s top-quality award. The House dates back to the 14th century. For categories including core experience, catering, hospitality, friendliness, staff efficiency and cleanliness it reached “exceptional” standard following a Quality Assurance visit. Maureen Campbell, Chief Executive of Falkirk…

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