In the heart of the picturesque, heritage village of Falkland in Fife, sits stunning Falkland Palace.
A National Trust for Scotland property, this palace is beautiful inside and out. Originally a hunting retreat for the Kings of Scotland, the setting in the fertile Howe of Fife looks out over the Lomond hills where once wild boar and deer would have roamed.
The Jameses (I to V) were all here (indeed, James V died here shortly after hearing of the birth of his daughter, Mary, future Queen of Scots) and the house is steeped in Stewart history.
There are impressive rooms full of period furniture, tapestries and artefacts to see inside and, outside, the oldest tennis court in Britain (1539).
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