We decided to visit the inside of the house for the first time. There was a showcase of local crafts inside, as well as craftsmen and women creating wonderful sculptures, blown glass, wood turnings amongst others in the central courtyard outside. The main building dates from the early 1760s and a marital spat occurred regarding the finished architectural style. Lord Bangor was a traditionalist who favored a very classic style whereas his wife Lady Ann (who by all accounts didn't really like him very much) preferred a more flamboyant, Gothic approach. As such the house is divided exactly down the middle with each side fashioned in the opposing styles. I'm sure a lot of women can relate, but what a treat to have a wing each!