Inverary Castle, Scotland, was the seat of Chief of Clan Campbell, Duke of Argyll. The original castle was built in the 1400's but the current structure was built in the 1700's. The interior of the castle is quite elaborate & includes a State Dining Room with the only surviving work of French painters Girard & Guinard... & the Armoury Hall displays weapons dating from 1740. It is believed to be haunted by the "ghost of a harpist who was hanged in 1644 for peeping at the lady of the house."
Once upon a time by Gitta Sladič on 500px- Snežnik Castle (Slovene: Grad Snežnik, German: Schloss Schneberg) is a 13th-century castle located in the southwest part of the Lož Valley near the settlement of Kozarišče in the municipality of Loška Dolina, country Slovenia. Its name is coincidentally identical to a univerbation based on the Slovene word sneg 'snow', but is actually a Slovenized form of the name of the noble house of Schneberg, whose possession it initially was.
Oscarshall castle is located in the small fjord Frognerkilen on Bygdøy in Oslo, Norway. The castle was built from 1847 to 1852 by the Danish architect Johan Henrik Nebelong for King Oscar I. Oscarshall was sold by King Carl IV to the Norwegian state in 1863, and has been at the disposal of Norwegian kings since.
Though the Pack's den is completely underground, there is one main Victorian manor (abandoned by its reclusive former owner) above ground that serves as a meeting place and a symbol of the pack's territory.