List number: 1155405
List grade: 2
Post code: NE65 7BG
Grid ref: NT9290407161

Clennell Hall


Clennell Hall was a manor house in Clennell, near Alwinton in Northumberland. It was originally built in 1567 and was a pele (fortified tower) with attached house. The hall was consideraby extended in 1895 for Anthony Wilkinson.[1]. Today Clennell Hall is a hotel and wedding venue. It is a Grade II listed building.

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Clennell Hall

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Clennell Hall (Netherton with Biddlestone)

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Meteor over Clennell Hall

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CLENNEL HALL - List Entry
- "House. Originally a tower house with attached house of 1567. Large additions of 1895 for Anthony Wilkinson. Random rubble with Welsh slate roofs. Irregular plan. Additions are in Tudor style ...

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Clennell Hall

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Clennell Hall Country House

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Driveway to Clennell Hall

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Clennell Hall Hotel

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Walled garden at Clennell Hall Hotel

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Clennell Hall Country Hotel
- Official Website of the hotel - includes a section on the history of the hall. " Clennell was one of the Ten Towns of Coquetdale which owed service to Harbottle Castle. It ...

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CLENNEL HALL
- "Tower house, built some time after 1509 and later incorporated into a larger house. According to documentary evidence the tower was newly repaired in 1541 and a barmkin was under ...

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