Culpleasant House was situated about 1.5 miles west of Quebec Bridge and belonged to one of the many estates set up on land feued out by the Burgh of Tain in the 19th and early 20th Centuries. Much of this land eventually was sold to the Forestry Commission. Although reduced to this ruin when this picture was taken in 1980, it was still visible. Parts of the ruins still remain but are now completely obscured by trees.
|Date added||July 23rd, 2004|
|Added by||Tain & District Museum|