NU 179-349 Northumberland England
Bamburgh Tower is a 15th century stone fortified pele tower, founded by a cell of Augustinian canons, from Nostell Priory. Sadly the only indication of the refuge, is a section of solid masonry in the boundary wall of St Aidans churchyard. On the headland is Bamburgh Castle and 5 miles south is Craster Arms.
Bamburgh Tower is located in the village centre, off Church Street. 20 miles south of Berwick-upon-Tweed, on the A1-B1342.
The site is visible in St Aidans churchyard.
Car parking is by the side of the road.