Dryhope Tower



Dryhope Tower is a 16th century stone tower house of three storeys, with the basement and first floor hall vaulted. The ruined tower has gunloops in three of its basement walls and is set in one corner of the barmkin which also enclosed a range of buildings. It is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The building is now the subject of a repair programme to prevent further collapse, with grant aid from Historic Scotland.

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