One of the best kept 16th century houses in Scotland that has been beautifully restored by Sir Robert Lorimer
Earlshall does not conform to the traditional 'L' plan or 'Z' plan Scottish castle design, with its plain west facing facade making it unique in constructural form. It is closest to the 'Z' plan principle, having a central block with off-set towers at each end and a romantic and pleasing aspect from the gardens to the east. The castle was built in two parts with the main castle lying to the north of a courtyard and Dummy Daws forming a separate building to the south.
Leuchars, St. Andrews, Fife, KY16