Eshott, Northumberland


 

Eshott is a village in Northumberland, England.

It is located 20 miles (32 km) north of Newcastle, midway between Morpeth and Alnwick. A small former RAF aerodrome, Eshott Airfield, is located there. Eshott Hall was purchased by the Reverend Robert Parker at the beginning of 2010.

The historic mansion house at Eshott Hall is not a hotel, but the North East's only five star, gold award stately home, providing accommodation, wedding and conferencing facilities, north of The Tyne. It is one of the current eight venues in Britain which hold the award alongside The Dorchester and Chewton Glen.

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Eshott Chapel (Converted into a house)

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Converted church, Eshott

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Eshott

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Eshott Airfield
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Eshott Airfield
- Eshott is an active airfield with both tarmac and grass runways. It was originally built as an RAF airfield in World War 2. "Eshott was built as a training airfield, ...
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Lieut Bainbridge - 6th NF - Eshott (Killed)

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