Tantallon Castle in East Lothian, built by William 1st earl of Douglas c 1371. After he died it was the home of his mistress Margaret Stewart, granddaughter of Sir Henry Sinclair of Rosslyn (d. 1336) and their son George Douglas earl of Angus. The tower on the left was once known as the Douglas Tower. It was seven stories high and would have formed the lord's 'donjon', or keep, containing his private accommodation, and connecting to the hall in the north range.
The servant hierarchy echoed the distinctions of class upstairs. The chef worked at the end of the table on the left, while the lowest ranking kitchen maids chopped vegetables at the far right. The kitchen staff worked 17 hours a day and rarely left the kitchen.
(they're all dressed in Victorian era clothes, the ages range)Arabella stared at the pictures on the walls. Dozens of beings' portraits hung on the wall, all clearly demons, with horns growing out of their head, but they all didn't grown black and straight up, as Javon's did. Some were small, some were curved, some were small and curved. The skin colors ranged from Javon's brown skin to hues as bright as blue and red, some various shades of purple,