The Bothy wing was built on the original foundation stones of the 17th century kitchens, to serve as the private apartment of the late Lord and Lady Lothian. The addition initially had a thatched roof until in recent years when replaced by tiles. The doors and window frames complement the existing castle so the Bothy blends in perfectly. Some original features remain; one of the great ovens can still be seen in the modern kitchen area and the downpipe is decorated with the ‘Sun in Splendour’, the Clan Crest of the Kerrs.
Bothy Master Bedroom
A light and airy double bedroom with copious wardrobe space. Views to the landscaped grounds. Private bathroom that can be shared with the Twin Bedroom.
This twin bedroom also has views to the landscaped grounds. Shares bathroom with the Master Bedroom.
A well equipped, spacious kitchen with modern facilities and a seated eating area. From here discover the early 16th century left-handed stone staircase that leads up into the castle itself.
Bothy Living Room
Cosy room for kitchen suppers with an Aga and piano. The round dining table seats 6.
Bothy Sitting Room
An elegant room to relax in. Enjoy the log fire and piano in winter. On warmer days, the French doors open onto the landscaped grounds and patio with a picnic table and chairs.
Upper bedroom and bathroom
Self contained upstairs unit of double bedroom with adjacent private bathroom.
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