Attraction in Cupar
The present house was virtually rebuilt in 1906 by Sir Robert Lorimer for Mr F B Sharp to form a suitable setting for his notable collection which includes French, Chippendale-style and vernacular furniture, Dutch paintings and pictures by Raeburn and Ramsay, Flemish tapestries and Chinese porcelain and bronzes. The interior is very much in the Edwardian fashion. The formal gardens to the south were also designed by Lorimer to form an appropriate setting for the house.
Restored Edwardian laundry. Regular exhibitions of local artists' work, path to hilltop panoramic indicator.
Nearest UK Airport: Edinburgh
Months Open: House: Easter, May - Sep, weekends in October;
Garden and grounds: all year
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: £5 (house and garden)
Gift Shop: Yes
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