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All reviews towy valley national trust stunning views car park worth a visit narrow lanes middleton hall a bit windy road leading botanic gardens short walk up the hill take photos well worth the effort surrounding countryside small castle sunny day field
Amazing views of the Brecons, The Black Mountains, river Towi and the beautiful countryside. The resident cows were very tame too! That place was idyllic and we had it totally to ourselves on each of our three visits this week. The walk up the lanes...More
We visited Dryfwlyn Castle and from that point we noticed that tower.
It's just a 15min-drive from the castle.
It worth a visit! Stunnig views from the windows to the area to see the Castle and Golden Grove Mansion, a bit windy though up.
not a lot around this tower but it is part of the National Trust and the views from the tower - on a nice sunny days- are fantastic. it has a very historical history and well worth a visit. Not far from there is a...More
I think the tower gate has been forced open as you can walk upstairs to 1st floor. I don t even know if it is owned by NT now,as totally neglected and i think the open gate would be a health and safety issue. There...More
This is a great land mark and the history that goes with it is even more amazing to read about. For those interested the cottage next to the gates to visit the tower can be found online. The views in every direction were amazing the...More
My late grandfather always told me he’d tried to find his way to Paxton’s Tower on numerous occasions, but failed!
My partner and I always see the tower when on adventures, so decided to try and visit as it is such a prominent landmark of...More
A Victorian folly built on top of a hill to serve no purpose other than to commemorate an event and provide an excellent view over the surrounding countryside. A good size car park provides free access through a kissing gate and a 200 metre walk...More