Ancestry buffs will enjoy that this is the Scots Kennedy family home, and that they claim ties back to Robert the Bruce. Sir Thomas Kennedy was killed (murdered) on the beach at Ayr in 1602. Scots hauntings: A spectral piper pipes on the occasion of each Kennedy marriage, it is said, and on dark and stormy nights, with a second ghostly apparition, a young woman in a ball gown seen, it also is said, in 1972.
The architecture dates from 1759, so does not sport the walls and turrets and keeps of medieval times. The echoes of those times are in attached decorative tower-elements. It is located on the South Ayrshire coastline, about an hour and a half southwest from Stirling Castle.
See a room-by-room description at http://www.culzeanexperience.org/experiences.asp
There had been a castle on the cliffs here before the current version,