Sunlaws (site of)
Sunlaws was a probable 15th century tower, the remains of which may have been incorporated into a later house.
In September 1545 Sunlaws was burned by an English army led by Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford.
The tower was rebuilt in the 16th and 17th centuries, and a new house was built in the early 18th century. Whether or not the new house incorporated part of the old tower or was built on a new site is not clear. The new house was damaged by fire several times and was rebuilt in its current form in 1809. The house is now operated as the Schloss Roxburghe Hotel.
I have placed the site of the tower at the hotel pending further research.
Alternative names for Sunlaws
Newball; Sanlaes; Sunlaes; Sunlaw's Tower; Sunlaws House; Syndlawis; Synlaws