Each chamber has its own character and history.
Mary Queen of Scots Bedchamber
This beautiful chamber was once occupied by the tragic Queen and pictures and books about her help to set the scene. With its beautiful four poster bed, draped in rich red tapestries and curtains, this bedchamber was often used as the honeymoon suite.
Earl of Bothwell Bedchamber
The Queen's husband would of course, have his bedchamber close by to that of his wife. The four poster bed is elegantly decorated with tapestry drapes and covers and a portrait of the Earl adorns one wall.
Lord Borthwick Bedchamber
The Lord Borthwick is the only bedchamber situated on the Great Hall level. Named for the first Lord Borthwick who was rewarded for his loyalty to King James I by being granted a charter to build the Castle.
The Red Room
With its red-trimmed four poster bed, red velvet curtains and flocked red walls, as well as its intriguing red-curtained wall niches the Red Room presents a dramatic, yet warm and comfortable impression..