The castle of Breill

Extensive 16th -18th century two-storey brick-built stately home with a hip roof. 17th century. At the corners of the western side, two square towers (with dormer windows from the 18th century). Connected to the southern corner of the stately home is a short 19th century section from which simple 18th and 19th century stables and coach houses run off at right angles to the south and east. The courtyard was originally surrounded by buildings from all sides. North east of the courtyard is a series of offices and service rooms in four wings dating from 1728, but modified in the 19th and 20th centuries. *