Hurlestone Tower


A distinctive tower built in 2000  by the owners of Lilburn Tower to celebrate the new Millenium. The tower is an observation and  conference venue built in the style of a country house folly. It is names after the nearby Medieval Hurl Stone.

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Hurlestone Tower near Newtown

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A modern folly

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The Hurl Stone and Hurlestone Tower, Lilburn

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Tower near Lilburn Grange

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