Liberton Tower is managed by a charitable trust; the Castles of Scotland Preservation Trust. Fully restored and completed in 1997 CoSPT received a Europa Nostra awarded in recognition of the successful and sympathetic restoration of the Tower, bringing back to life a piece of Edinburgh's architectural heritage. Liberton Tower is an unique castellated tower house elevated on the south side of Edinburgh with stunning views of the City and Lothians. Commanding views of Edinburgh and Craigmillar Castles, Sailsbury Crags, Arthurs Seat as well as views along the coast towards North Berwick can be taken in from the grounds and parapet walkway.
Access to the property is via an external oak staircase which leads into the impressive Great Hall with open fire and period furnishings. The sleeping accommodation comprises of a master-suite and twin bedroom on the uppermost floor each accessible by their own staircase. A well appointed and spacious kitchen is located on the first floor along with the bath/shower room.