Angus and the Highlands
Glamis is pronounced "Glah-ms". Once you get past the fact that all the interior decor circles around a family name pun (Lyon, lion, get it?), the indoor tour doesn't quite match up to the ivy-coated Scottish-chateau-cum-mini-Hogwarts exterior, but it does unearth some interesting trivia, such as Glamis' presence in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Shax may have even visited Glamis in person - he certainly knew about its existence, and we know he was up in Edinburgh a couple of times. But do take the tour. There are ghost stories, stuffed animals aplenty, including a mauled family bear, but not to be missed under any circumstances are the googly-eyed china dog and cat in the "grouse room". When you are free to roam, the pinetum woodland walk and Italian gardens will secure Glamis as a firm favourite in your books (or iPhone location history).
It only takes 1 hour 30 to get to Glamis from Edinburgh by car. Plus, it is super close to Dunnottar Castle in Stonehaven, so make time to see both in one day for the most brilliant sensory and visual juxtaposition. You can pretty much guess now what dough my last Scotland post will be made of.
Tweed blazer, Edinburgh Woollen Mill (similar)
Floral top, Jack Wills (similar)