This room is possibly the most unique in the Castle and is situated on the second floor within the six foot walls of the original 14th century Tower Keep.
Its walls are covered in hand-painted Chinese wallpaper. The design depicting colourful birds and exotic palms was painted onto rolls in China. It was brought over to Fintry in 1723, and has been in position on the walls ever since.
It is believed to be the only example in Scotland of genuine antique Chinese wallpaper and many visitors come to Culcreuch just to see it.
The room is full of antique ornaments and furniture, mainly French and made of Satinwood, including the half-tester double bed.
The original garderobe, built into the six feet thick walls, has been cleverly converted to form a small bathroom which includes a shower.
Strict conservation laws place severe constraints on what can be "changed" or "updated" within this unique Room and guests are asked to take this into account whilst enjoying the special ambience that the Chinese Bird Room evokes.