On the seaside cliffs, east of Kirkcaldy, this castle was originally planned
and built by James II in 1460. It was intended to be for his queen, Mary of Guelders.
The platform on the left with the information board - the castle is in the care of
Historic Scotland - is the location of the queen's original planned grand hall.
Further back looking from the east with the high flats and Kirkcaldy.
Finally the view from the west showing the castle's location on the cliff above
the bay of the Firth of Forth and Pathhead Sands.