Duns Castle, Duns, Berwickshire is a historic house, the oldest
part of which is the massive Norman Keep or Pele Tower, dating from
1320. The earlier house was transformed into a Gothic castle, 1818-22,
by architect James Gillespie Graham. It is owned by the current
Laird, Alexander Hay of Duns and Drumelzier.
Alexander Hay (who was killed at the battle of Waterloo) reputedly
haunts the castle.
There is a publicly accessible park and two man made lakes, the
Hen Poo and the smaller Mill Dam.