High on a rocky outcrop above Studley Royal Water Gardens in an 18th century octagonal tower, built as a garden folly for the then owner of the estate. Access to the tower is via a serpentine tunnel that starts at the waterside.
Also along the waterside benches are placed to allow the weary visitor palces to sit and enjoy the views around the agrdens.
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