A warm welcome awaits you at The Earl of Wigtoun's house, Ethie Castle. An ancient sandstone fortress dating from the 14th Century, Ethie is reputed to be Scotland's second oldest permanently inhabited castle. It was immortalised by Sir Walter Scott as 'Knockwinnoch' in the novel 'The Antiquary'. Ethie is now a haven of hospitality and peace. Situated in Scotland's premier fruit growing area, all produce used at Ethie is of the freshest and highest standard. Who can resist a famous Arbroath Smokie for breakfast?
Ethie Castle, Inverkeilor, By Arbroath
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