Home of the Lords of Kirkcudbright this fortified town house is sited near the harbou and the Moat Brae with its canon pointing over and protecting the harbour. Fronted by a Statue of the Robert Burns rumoured to have written the Selkirk Grace ( "Some Hae meat ...." ) when he visited the Isle estate. This castle crowns the historic centre of the town and has all the intrigue you would want, it even has a spyhole behind the hearth in the Great Hall. A wee boys dream castle. .
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