Built in the 15th century, Lennox Tower stands on a promontory, the south end of which is terminated by a ditch 1.8m deep, and the site was probably surrounded by a barmkin.
The tower is now in a ruinous state, the north and west walls standing to a height of 7.5m, and the south and east walls to a height of 1.8m.
Where is Lennox Tower?
Lennox Tower is in the parish of Currie and the county of Midlothian.
Grid reference:NT 17370 67125
Lat / long:55.890143,-3.322715