List number: 1120964
List grade: 2
Post code: DH9 0RS
Grid ref: NZ2211453837

Shepherd & Shepherdess, Beamish


The Shepherd & Shepherdess is a public house and resturant in the village of Beamish in County Durham, close to Beamish Museum. The building dates from the mid 18th century, with late 19th century additions.[1] Above the door are life-sized 18th century painted figures of a Shepherdess and Shepherd. The pub and adjoining house are Grade II listed.

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'Shepherd & Shepherdess' - Beamish

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Shepherd & Shepherdess detail

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Shepherd & Shepherdess Beamish

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Shepherd and Shepherdess Pub in Beamish

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The Shepherd and Shepherdess

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The Shepherd & Shepherdess pub, Beamish

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The Shepherd & Shepherdess, Beamish

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The Shepherd and Shepherdess

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SHEPHERD AND SHEPERDESS PUBLIC HOUSE AND HOLLY HOUSE - List Entry
- "Public house and private house. Mid C18 with late C19 additions. Dressed stone (Public House covered by painted roughcast); Welsh slate roof and ashlar chimney stacks. Long 2-storey front; 4 ...

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The Shepherd & Shepherdess
- Official Website of the pub and restaurant, includes a short history of the pub and figures.

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