Boarstall Tower

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ADDRESS: Boarstall Tower
Boarstall, nr Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
TELEPHONE: 01280 822850
Boarstall Tower
This gatehouse was built by John de Haudlo in 1312 and is the remnants of Boarstall House, a fortified manor house demolished in 1778. Although it was renovated in 1615 for use as a banqueting pavilion and hunting lodge, it retained its mediaeval belfry, cross loops and crenellations. The exterior and many rooms are essentially unchanged. 14th-century moated gatehouse and gardens
  • Built by John de Haudlo in 1312
  • Retains medieval belfry, cross loops and crenellations
  • Exterior rooms remain virtually unchanged since 1615
  • Open Sat by prior arrangement with tenant

Entrance Fees:

Whole property

  • Adult: £4.00
  • Child: £2.00
  • Family: n/a
  • Group: n/a