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Kelburn Castle is a large house near Fairlie, North Ayrshire, Scotland. It is the seat of the Earl of Glasgow. Originally built in the thirteenth century (the original keep forms the core of the house) it was remodelled in the sixteenth century. In 1700 the first Earl made further extensions to the house in a manner not unlike a French château which is virtually how it appears today. In 1977 the house and grounds opened to the public as a country park. It is one of the oldest castles in Scotland and has been continuously inhabited by the same family for longer than any other. The castle is protected as a category A listed building, while the grounds are included in the Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland.

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  • Kelburn Castle
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  • Kelburn Castle ist ein Herrenhaus nahe der schottischen Stadt Fairlie in der Council Area North Ayrshire. 1971 wurde das Bauwerk in die schottischen Denkmallisten in der höchsten Denkmalkategorie A aufgenommen. Das Herrenhaus liegt isoliert zwischen Fairlie und Largs nahe dem Südufer des Firth of Clyde.
  • Kelburn gaztelua (ingelesez: Kelburn Castle) Eskoziako Fairlie herrian dagoen gaztelua da, Iparraldeko Ayrshire eskualdean. A mailako eraikina izendaturik dago.
  • O Castelo Kelburn (em inglês: Kelburn Castle é um castelo do século XVI localizado em , South Ayrshire, Escócia.
  • Kelburn Castle är ett slott i närheten av byn Fairlie i North Ayrshire i södra Skottland. Byggnaden, som ursprungligen uppfördes på 1200-talet, innehas sedan slutet av 1600-talet av . Kelburn Castle är en så kallad , kategori A. Under 1500-talet företogs en ombyggnad av Kelburn Castle och år 1700 fick det sitt nuvarande utseende. År 1977 öppnades slottet och markegendomarna för allmänheten.
  • Kelburn Castle is a large house near Fairlie, North Ayrshire, Scotland. It is the seat of the Earl of Glasgow. Originally built in the thirteenth century (the original keep forms the core of the house) it was remodelled in the sixteenth century. In 1700 the first Earl made further extensions to the house in a manner not unlike a French château which is virtually how it appears today. In 1977 the house and grounds opened to the public as a country park. It is one of the oldest castles in Scotland and has been continuously inhabited by the same family for longer than any other. The castle is protected as a category A listed building, while the grounds are included in the Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland.
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  • Kelburn Castle and Country Centre
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