Historic Northumberland pub is sold at last

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    Northumberland Gazette 21st June 2022. "The Highlander, a Grade II listed property, has been closed since 2018, leaving the close-knit community of Belsay with no pub. The property, by the side of the A696, retains much of its original character. It also boasts centuries of history, including a visit by Bonnie Prince Charlie, son of England’s exiled Stuart King James II, who apparently bathed on the site in 1746. The old coaching inn has formed the heart of Belsay village for generations and also used to attract passing trade from tourists....."
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    Link: https://www.northumberlandgazette.co.uk/business/historic-northumberland-pub-is-sold-at-last-3739881
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