The old caves in this cliffside were slowly expanded into a number of chambers and shrines and eventually, a tower was built around the raised entrance to the cave by Tormond Calbreck. The first two levels of the tower are built into or connected to the cliff, with the top level being about 10 feet above the top of the cliff.
Stairs up to the tower entrance are guarded by arrow slits and the entrance leads into a short corridor with murder holes from the level above. Stairs lead up around the central column of the tower to the second level and from there a ladder leads to the roof.
Behind the tower is where the more interesting portions are – a series of caves with hand-levelled floors that lead to storage areas, a shrine…
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