Holiday accommodation in towers & turrets



Appleton Water Tower

located: Sandringham, Norfolk, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:2/4 | bedrooms:1/2

Appleton Water TowerAn unusual converted Victorian water tower on the edge of the Sandringham Estate. This four-storey building has expansive views of miles of wide open landscape. It has a room on each floor, with a ground floor kitchen/dining room, a sitting room/bedroom, a double bedroom and a top floor bathroom; plus a terrace on top of the water tank.


Cider Tower (The)

located: Kirkcudbright, Dumfries & Galloway, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:2 | bedrooms:1

Cider TowerOriginally a windmill for pressing apples, the Cider Tower has been restored and now provides comfortable luxury self-catering accommodation for two. The ground floor bedroom has a magnificent four poster, upstairs is a well equipped kitchen with dining area, and three further steps lead to a cosy sitting room, with minstrels gallery above.


Clocktower (The)

located: Alresford, Hampshire, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:4 +1 | bedrooms:2

The ClocktowerA magnificent holiday apartment accessed via a ground floor hallway and spread over the two floors above, into the clock tower itself. The Clocktower is part of a former stable building in the 600 acre landscaped grounds of a Hampshire Estate.


Corbière Radio Tower

located: La Corbiere, Jersey, Channel Islands, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:6 | bedrooms:3

Corbiere Radio TowerSecond World War observation tower, converted into unique self-catering holiday accommodation. Each of the six floors of this tower has one small room and the accommodation is made up of two shower rooms, a kitchen and three adult bunk bed bedrooms. The look-out at the top has been converted into a stunning living area with an amazing 360° view.


House in the Clouds

located: Thorpeness, Suffolk, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:10 | bedrooms:5

The House in the CloudsOne of the UK's most well known follies, providing spacious self-catering accommodation, in a beautifully converted water tower. This unique property has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and fine views of Suffolk from the room at the top of the house.


Kinley Tower

located: Seaham, Co Durham, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:3 | bedrooms:2

Kinley TowerRenovated Grade II listed 19th Century folly in Seaham, County Durham, located in a quiet position on top of Kinley Hill, offering stunning views of the East Durham, Heritage Coastline. Comfortable self-catering accommodation for two or three guests, with a single and a double bedroom.


Liberton Tower

located: Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:4 | bedrooms:2

Liberton TowerA unique historic tower restored to modern standards while still maintaining the rustic feel of a C15th castle; with log fires, oak beams, refectory table, tapestry wall hangings, and rugs on flagstone floors. The tower enjoys stunning panoramic views of Edinburgh and is located just 2.5 miles from the city centre.


Monastery Tower – at The Highland Club

located: Fort Augustus, Scottish Highlands, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:4 | bedrooms:1

Monastery TowerA one-bedroom luxury split-level apartment at The Highland Club in the former St Benedict's Abbey in Fort Augustus. Monastery Tower has cccess to all the Abbey's facilities which include: swimming pool, full-size snooker table, library, Highland Club lounge, and restaurant.


Peverell's Tower – Dover Castle

located: Dover, Kent, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:2| bedrooms:1

Peverell's Tower, Dover Castle This small tower for two is part of Dover Castle, it was added by Henry III in the C13th, and was once a prison. This comfortable holiday home has spectacular views and modern furnishings. Guests are free to wander around the castle site at their leisure.


Shooting Box Tower

located: Battle, Kent, UK

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self-catering | sleeps:8 | bedrooms:4

Shooting Box TowerThis unique holiday home was originally the shooting lodge for the Ashburnham Estate. Its large, well furnished rooms have been sympathetically renovated and allow up to eight guests to experience a real taste of country life. From the top of the tower there are stunning views over fields, woods, to Hastings and beyond.