I visited St. Leonard's tower with my son (Leonard) as we were in the area and because I told him it was once owned by someone with his name. There's not much parking, but we parked on the road just down from the tower and made the short walk up the hill to see it. My son really enjoyed seeing it and we talked about who might have lived there and what it might have been for. There's not much information at the site, but then not much is known about the history of the ruin. I thought it was a shame that we could not go inside the tower, but even so, it was a good way to spend half an hour and it was fun for both me and my little boy. I wouldn't make a special trip, but if you want to break a journey from further afield, it's a little bit of history and the walk up the hill with stretch your legs.
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