We weren't allowed to take photos inside but I'll recap some of my favorite areas of the castle and you can go to the Undiscovered Scotland to see some photos that are wonderful of the interior.
I loved the Peacock Parlour because of the movement in the wallpaper and the circular table in the center of the room.
I admired the Worked Room because of the decorative woodworking over the doorway and the embrodery work in the canopy and bedspread of the bed.
The Red Turret room was spectacular and I loved the bowing of the wall where the turret curved.
And in Major Smile's room, Mitsi, my travel companion, and I both lusted after the Major's desk. I even made a drawing of it on a piece of paper in case I should decide to build one like it. I'd have transported the whole room home if I could have. Save for technology, it would have been the perfect writer's office.
Here's one last peak at Fraser Castle through the canopy of trees that borders the drive.