Cawdor Castle has evolved over 600 years. Later additions, mainly from the 17th century, were all built in a Scottish style with slated roofs over walls and crow-stepped gables of local stone.
‘This Castle hath a pleasant seat; the air
Nimbly and sweetly recommends itself
Unto our gentle senses’ William Shakespeare
Visitors often ask about the link between Macbeth, Cawdor and Shakespeare. This is a complicated web. A pithy, but not the most helpful explanation was given by the 5th Earl Cawdor: “I wish the Bard had never written his damned play!”
Either chauffeur or helicopter transfer, champagne and canapes, tour of the castle and return to Boath for dinner.
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