This is a fantastic royal palace set in a lush garden. It was a hunting lodge for the stuart queens and kings and has the oldest real tennis court.
part of the palace is restored with portraits and paintings of kings and queens - guess where walt disney got his inspiration for captain hook , a painting of Charles 1 hanging here in the palace.
the chapel has a full set of stained glass windows - coats of arms of the stuarts - plus a fine icon made by polish soldiers based here during ww2 - out of corn beef tins and cartridge cases.
This is well worth a visit if you are in Fife - on your way to St Andrews maybe - the village is beautiful and well worth a wander round and a stop off for a bite to eat.
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