Passed through/wedding photography
I have passed through this place throughout my entire life, at my mums wedding we also got photos taken here, this is a very nice place and has been improved a lot over the years!
Mike J, Telford, United Kingdom
Preston Tower is a magnificent example of a Northumbrian Pele Tower. The admission of Two pounds is extremely reasonable for such an interesting place' There are 4 floors and you get a magnificent view from the top of the tower. There is a tremendous amount of information everywhere and the whole place is in fantastic condition. Well worth making a detour! There are a number of picnic tables in the grounds.
Grottenolm2014, Kingston-upon-hull, United Kingdom
A historic Pele Tower, this attraction is absolutely stunning. Well preserved, and with loving informative detail provided throughout, we were really pleased we visited. Stunning views from the top as well (beware of the clock bell on the hour - we jumped when this suddenly went off). The Tower is surrounded by woodland walks which are freely accessible.
Worth a visit.
Bill A, York, United Kingdom
The tower is interesting in itself. Fine views from the top without the usual Elfin Safety hoo-ha. The woodland walk is a nice bonus. Walked down to the spring and drank the water. Very sweet and no ill-effects to date. Bottled some straight from the pipe and brought it home.
HomerJSimpson01, Springfield, Illinois
You will not find this unless you look. Seldom will you receive so vivid an impression of northumberland that of this small little tower at Chathill - Preston Pele Tower. Some of the rooms have been furnished to look like you were living in the fourteenth century, and there are fascinating displays and information about the life of the Border reivers. Only £2 to enter via an honesty box. Well worth it