Head west into Renfrewshire and visit the ruins of Semple Collegiate Chapel which was built by the first Lord Sempill in 1504. It is situated in the Castle Semple Country Park, itself part of the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park. Although the castle is no longer standing it stood at the east end of the loch within the park.
It is also worth visiting the nearby Paisley Abbey, founded in 1163, with which the Sempills had connections.
From Paisley, travel north east to the historic city of Stirling, near which the Sempills fought in the Battle of Sauchieburn in 1488, which led to the death of King James III. Sir Thomas Sempill of Eliotstoun died fighting for his King.
While in Stirling, visit the impressive Stirling Castle and uncover more tales of Scottish history