Brodie Castle, Forres, Moray. Set aside a couple of hours to get your teeth into Scottish clan history, courtesy of the lovely rose-coloured Brodie Castle which sits majestically amid scenic grounds (in spring, the daffodils are just lovely here) in Forres, Moray. This 16th century Z-plan tower house was the home of the Brodie family, who were prominent in clan battles in the 15th and 16th centuries, until the late 20th century
David's Tower at Spynie Palace. Spynie was founded by Bishop Brice. Ratified by Pope Innocent III about 1214. Prior to this each Bishop had chosen one of the 3 churches of Birnie, Spynie or Kenedor as his episcopal seat.