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Arnot Tower - Fife


Arnot Tower

Arnot Tower

About 4 miles north of Cardenden, on minor road just north of the A911, about 0.25 miles south of the Arnot Reservoir, at Arnot.

Arnot Tower is a ruined rectangular 16th-century tower house of four storeys, although it may incorporate earlier work. It has a vaulted basement, and there was a courtyard with later outbuildings. It was a property of the Arnot family.


Wording taken from The Castles of Scotland Third Edition by Martin Coventry


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