A pleasant walk round the castle - beware there are numerous stairs/steps to cope with along with some low doors, on the self-guided tour. Getting through with no queues only took about 30 min. Certainly signs that the castle is someone's home and still lived in, which is good to see.
The gardens are fantastic and very photogenic, although the weather stopped us getting too far.
The cafe at the castle is expensive, with a small cup of coffee (just ok quality) costing £2.35. Lots of tourist shopping for the Scottish essentials!
For £10 per adult and teen, it is erring on the expensive side for a visit, particularly if the weather is not great.
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