This typical 18th-century handloom weaver's cottage houses the last of the 800 looms working in this village in the 1830s.
Dating from the 1300s, Alloa Tower is one of the largest surviving medieval tower houses.
A superb mansion built around an earlier core in about 1630 and further
extended by the Earl of Argyll in the 1670s.
In this 17th-century thatched house, Robert Burns and friends formed a
debating club in 1780.
Bowhill House & Country Park
The Scottish Borders home of the Duke of Buccleuch & Queensberry KT, is
in the centre of an extensive estate of hills and valleys where history and landscape combine to provide a unique experience.
18th-century town house of the Murrays of Broughton and Cally, which
was bought in 1901 by E A Hornel, the renowned artist and member of 'The Glasgow Boys'.
The Arched House, in which Thomas Carlyle was born on 4 December 1795
- Carlyle was a great writer and historian and one of the most powerful influences on 19th-century British thought.
This small royal burgh on the north shore of the Forth provides a striking
introduction to Scottish domestic life in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Culzean Castle & Country Park
Top floor accomodation in this storybook cliff-edge castle given to
President Eisenhower on behalf of the people of Scotland. An exclusive small hotel of 6 bedrooms for discerning travellers.
The Royal Palace of Falkland was the country residence of the Stuart kings
and queens when they hunted deer and wild boar in the Fife forest.
Finlaystone Country Estate
Finlaystone is a large country estate near Glasgow, seat of the current
Chief of the Clan MacMillan. It is situated near Langbank, just 10 minutes west of Glasgow International Airport.
Georgian House (Edinburgh)
The Georgian House is part of Robert Adam's masterpiece of urban design,
Gladstone's Land is a typical example of a 17th-century tenement building
of the overcrowded Edinburgh Old Town.
Two-and-half acres of walled garden and 15 acres of policies surround the
elegant Georgian house, built in 1764 for a Glasgow merchant.
The finest of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's domestic creations, The Hill
House sits high above the Clyde commanding fine views over the river estuary.
Hill of Tarvit Mansionhouse Garden
The present house was virtually rebuilt in 1906 by Sir Robert Lorimer.
Holmwood has been described as the finest domestic design by Alexander
House of the Binns
The House of the Binns is the historic home of the Dalyells, among them
General Tam Dalyell who raised the Royal Scots Greys here in 1681.
Kelburn Castle Country Centre
History, Beauty, Mystery, Adventure! The home and estate of the Earls of
Glasgow. Have you explored The Secret Forest yet?
Kellie Castle is a very fine example of the domestic architecture of Lowland
City of Edinburgh Museums and Galleries.
The beautiful Lennoxlove House, Home of the Duke of Hamilton, just 20
miles from Edinburgh is the perfect historical location for weddings or corporate events of any kind.
A castellated town house, complete except for its roof, built by the then
provost of Kirkcudbright.
Mellerstain is a Georgian stately home situated in the Scottish Borders and
open to the public.
Mount Stuart House Gardens
A Gothic palace which fused powerful architecture with intricate details
and lavish designs.
Pollok House built in 1740 contains a famous collection of porcelain,
paintings and furnishings.
Souter Johnnie's Cottage
The home of John Davidson, village souter (shoemaker), who was the
original Souter Johnnie of Robert Burns' Tam o' Shanter.
This first-floor flat is a typical late Victorian Glasgow tenement.
Thirlestane Castle, Lauder, Berwickshire is Scotland's fairytale castle.
Torosay Castle Gardens
Torosay Castle and Gardens, Isle of Mull.
A tour of Traquair Castle, originally owned by the kings of Scotland. It later
became the home of the Earls of Traquair and is still lived in by their decendants, the Maxwell Stuart family.