This lumpy and appealing early house is round the back of the deeply stressful and hideous multistorey carpark in Perth. It is signposted as the 'Fair Maid's House' thanks to that irritating old myth maker Sir Walter Scott. The origins of the house are probably medieval, restored in the C19th. It has those great giveaways of interest for me, a round tower, probably originally turrreted but now chopped off, and an obscure location off the street plan.
The house now homes a museum of the Perth Society of Antiquaries but sadly was closed when we visited. Perth is a fascinating if slightly decrepit small city with some wonderful early and C18th architecture.