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Magnificent coastal castle completely restored in 1900. Collections of china, porcelain, furniture, paintings, arms and armour. The castle is the home of Lady Armstrong and the building is all in use which maintains a welcoming lived-in atmosphere. A Royal Centre by AD547, the rocky outcrop has been occupied since the prehistoric period. The present fortress is the result of restoration and expansion over the centuries, a building of historic and general interest with the public tour passing through the museum room, grand kings hall, cross hall, armoury and the Victorian scullery.