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Pele tower northumberland

Originally a fortified village refuge, built in around AD1250, this beautiful Grade 2* historically listed tower has been recently brought up to full modern comfort, but still with a barrel-vaulted basement (with full sized snooker table), large carved stone fireplace and modern kitchen.

It boasts a 13th-century pele tower, unusually attached to the nave. In the porch is a 12th-century grave slab and in the graveyard is the burial place of 10 'Poor Claire' nuns who escaped the French Revolution. B6525, Ancroft, Northumberland, England, TD15 2TE. Heritage Rating: ? Heritage Highlight: 13th-century pele tower. The hall stood until it was demolished in the 1930s. People will be able to visit the Pele Tower over the coming weekends, starting on Easter Sunday and Monday from 1pm until 4pm and then over the weekend of April 23 and 24. Subsequent opening days can be found on the cresswellpeletower.org.uk website. Northumberland.

Whitehall Pele Tower has all the benefits of modern living, whilst retaining its original character. The house stands in an acre of grounds containing the picturesque ruins of a Victorian manor house. Two of the larger lawns can be used for family games.

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A typical pele-tower was almost square on plan and rose to three or four storeys with walls up to ten feet thick. There was generally a barmkin or enclosed courtyard with outbuildings within this. The ground floor of the tower had a stone barrel vault and was used as a store, it was not a refuge for livestock, this was the function of the barmkin.

Bedroom 1 with King size wooden framed bed, 2 seater settee, range of fitted wardrobes, TV and views to the Pele tower. Bedroom 2 with two single beds, white painted stonework, wardrobe,.

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