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Inside

The Bedrooms

The Dungeon - On the ground floor there is a twin bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and ensuite bathroom.

The Family Bedroom - This huge master bedroom has 3 four-poster beds; 1 king-size, 2 large singles. The ensuite bathroom is complete with a stand-alone bath and window shutters, painted in the style of Hokusai.

The Spottiswoode (Upper Tower Room) - This room is named after one of the long-term residents of the castle, John Spottiswoode, the Archbishop of St. Andrews in the 1600s. This bedroom has a double bed and an ensuite bathroom.

The Learmonth (Lower Tower Room) - This room is named after the family that owned Dairsie for 100 years, before they sold it to Archbishop Spottiswoode in 1616. This bedroom has a double bed and an ensuite bathroom.

The South Caphouse - This is a twin bedroom on the top floor at the end of The Gallery. It has a shared bathroom with the North Caphouse bedroom.

The North Caphouse - This double bedroom is at the opposite end of The Gallery, at the top of the spiral staircase. It is carpeted and looks out over the drive. It has a shared bathroom with the South Caphouse Bedroom.

Public Areas

The Great Hall - This is the hub of the castle, with a large dining table, surrounded by beautiful artworks and sculptures. It also has two large sofas around the fire-place for post-dinner relaxation.

The Minstrel's Gallery - This area overlooks The Great Hall and can be reached from a staircase at the rear of the hall.

The Kitchen - This has all the usual culinary equipment and has a 2-hub Aga cooker. The room has a table and chairs and is large enough to be used as a breakfast room.

The Living Room - This area overlooks The Great Hall and can be reached from a staircase at the rear of the hall.

The Gallery - A spacious area on the top floor of the castle is where a lot of the castle’s art work and antiques are displayed. It is a large space with good views of the surrounding countryside.