Preston Pele Tower

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The Preston Pele Tower was built when war fare was rife on the borders between England and Scotland between 1392 and 1399. This magnificent structure with its 7 foot thick walls a fascinating place to visit, set in tranquil grounds offering three short walks in the woodland allows visitors to see some of the interesting trees and shrubs in the grounds, which include tulip trees, walnuts, and a Ginko Bilbao.

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Preston Tower is signposted from the only section of dual carriageway on the A1 between Alnwick and Berwick upon Tweed. Turn off the A1, either just over 7 miles north of Alnwick, or just over 7 miles south of Belford. Follow the road for just under 2 miles, and you will see a second sign for Preston Tower opposite the entrance.

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10:00 - 18:0010:00 - 18:0010:00 - 18:0010:00 - 18:0010:00 - 18:0010:00 - 18:0010:00 - 18:00

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£2.00£0.50£1.50

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Address: Preston Tower, Chathill, Northumberland, NE67 5DH, UK.
Phone: +44 1665 589322
Email: kmtiernan@googlemail.com

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