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Ramside Hall Hotel

Ramside Hall, to the north-east of Carville, was originally built in c.1820 as a house for the Pemberton family. The building is now hotel and has several extensions and an associated golf course. Ramside Hall is a Grade II listed building on the National Heriatge List for England.

Carrville Historic Buildings and Monuments in Belmont Civil Parish
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Ramside Hall

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Ramside Hall Hotel, Carrville

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RAMSIDE HALL - Belmont - List Entry
- "House, now hotel. Circa 1820 for Pemberton family, incorporating earlier house. Pebbledashed render with some brick revealed on parapets; ashlar dressings; roof not visible. Gothic style. 2 storeys, 5 bays …

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List number: 1120723
List grade: 2
County: County Durham
Post code: DH1 1TD
Grid ref: NZ3127644576


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