A bed chamber
The room where Mary Queen of Scots and her infant son are thought to have slept on a visit in 1566.
Her host was the then laird Sir John Stewart.
The cradle in which the infant Prince James slept.
In the museum room - purses and a shoe which belonged to Mary.
Embroidered priest's vestment.
The maze, seen through old glass.
Looking out from this window, the centuries roll back - there's a stillness and warmth in this house.
All rooms at the back have wonderful views of the maze and forest beyond.
Smoke emerges from the brew house in cellars beneath the chapel.
Ale has been brewed here since the 1700s. Produced in limited quantities it is exported as far afield
as America and Japan.
Coachman's coat from the 1800s.
Shared with Mosaic Monday Our World Tuesday