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All reviews great views from the top hand written tranquil setting picnic benches an interesting place local history well worth a visit clock strikes clock chime big ben honesty climb information grounds walks admission raiders
Hidden away, in the midst of glorious countryside. Located in landscaped gardens. This is a wee gem of a place. An honesty box secures entry and its worth every penny (so don't cheat).
Wonderfully annotated local history - reivers et al. A well looked after...More
A charmingly personal feel to this impressive tower with plenty to learn from the handwritten signs and recreated room settings.
A fully working tower clock which is apparently a mini version of Big Ben - be sure to be on the top floor on the...More
This was such an interesting place. The handwritten information sheets add to its authenticity and provide a connection to lives people must have led in those times of constant battle. I don't usually read to the end but I read every word of every sheet...More
Paid a visit and was extremely impressed with the tower and the grounds.
A bonus was meeting the owner, a very nice gentleman who filled us in with some additional history.
Well worth a visit and our Beagle enjoyed the climb to the top.
WE struggled at first to find the tower - mainly because we did not use the A1 to get here.
It is well signposted off the northbound A!!.
The last part of the journey is to turn off the road then turn right again past...More
Charmingly presented, giving wonderful impression of the use of the once numerous towers, as refuge from raiders, and places to hold hostages. Views from top.
Privately owned and managed. Fully worth the honesty box £2 entry. And deserving of support. Delightful place for a picnic.
Visited whilst on holiday in the area. Plenty of parking and bike racks for cyclists also picnic benches for those wanting to say a while longer. Entry is an honesty box inside the tower itself. You are able to visit the rooms that have been...More
Preston Tower is a lovely peaceful location with a well laid out garden. I have visited this site many times and it is particularly beautiful in the autumn when the flowers are in full bloom. My daughter had Wedding photos taken here.