Ardclach Bell Tower

Highland | Ferness | Historic building | ★★

[Ardclach Bell Tower]

Ardclach Bell Tower is like a miniature slice of the Mediterranean cut and pasted in the Scottish Highlands. A tiny, yellow tower on a knoll above the Findhorn Gorge now houses the bell for Ardclach parish church below, although it probably originally served as a watchtower and prison! There are two rooms to explore inside.

[Ardclach Bell Tower]

Location & info

📌 Ardclach Bell Tower ★★
By minor road shortly before the steep descent to Ardclach Old Parish Church, G.R.: NH 954453 ///slab.evoke.relate
Always open | Free

💬 The nearest formal parking is at Ardclach Old Parish Church, G.R.: NH 955451 ///piano.bends.copes. From here it's a 10-min uphill walk to the tower, firstly back up the access road, then along a track, then on a path with steps.


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