The family home of James Drummond, 3rd Duke of Perth, who met Bonnie Prince Charlie in Perth in 1745 and led 200 men at the Battle of Prestonpans. He also led the siege of Carlisle. After Culloden, he died on a ship bound to France given the "rigours of the campaign." The castle was confiscated in 1750.

7 Scottish castles of the Jacobite elite

Many castles and homes owned by key Jacobites were burned to the ground after the Battle of Culloden.

Some of the finest homes in Scotland were torched as punishment to the rebels. Here we look at 7 which survived the rising and which hold fascinating family stories within.

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