Historic Northumberland hall opens to holidaymakers

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    The Journal, 14th November, 2013. "The ancestral home of the Charlton clan – once feared for its raiding forays – is putting out the welcome mat for visitors After nearly 700 years as the base of the Border Reiver family, the picturesque Hesleyside Estate in the North Tyne Valley of Northumberland National Park is opening its gates to holidaymakers...."
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    Link: http://www.thejournal.co.uk/news/north-east-news/historic-northumberland-hall-opens-holidaymakers-6303344
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    Added by: Peter Smith
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