A castle fit for literary kings! Scottish fortress where Tennyson, Dickens and Hans Christian Andersen met to share stories is on the market for £6million

A 16th century castle where literary greats such as Alfred Lord Tennyson, Charles Dickens and Hans Christian Andersen convened to discuss stories is on the market for £6million 
Craigcrook Castle, near Edinburgh, has also welcomed the likes of Sir Walter Scott, and George Eliot over the past few centuries, but has not sold despite being on the market for more than three years.
The three-storey castle built in 1542 by William Adamson boasts a round tower that offers breathtaking views of Corstorphine Hill, Blackhall and The Firth of Forth.
The Grade B Listed property had passed hands a... read more

4 September 2017 in Travel, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail

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