List number: 1041868
List grade: 2
Post code: NE65 8AX
Grid ref: NZ1374398571

The Anglers Arms, Weldon Bridge


The Angler's Arms in Weldon Bridge was built in the mid 18th century as a coaching inn, located on what was then, one of the main roads to Coldsream and Scotland. The inn is located close to the 18th century bridge over the River Coquet. It had an additional wing added to the building in the 19th century. Today the Angler's Arms is a public house, restaurant and guesthouse. It is a Grade II listed building.

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Anglers Arms, Weldon

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The Anglers Arms, Weldon

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Anglers Arms Weldon

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The Anglers Arms, Weldon Bridge

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Angler's Arms, Weldon

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The Railway carriage dining room at Anglers Arms, Weldon Bridge

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Angler's Arms, Weldon Bridge

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Anglers Arms
- Website of the pub. "A traditional Northumbrian coaching inn, restaurant and guesthouse offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation nestled on the banks of the River Coquet in the tranquil hamlet of ...

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THE ANGLERS ARMS - Weldon Bridge - List Entry
- "Inn. Mid-C18 with early C19 south-west wing. Brick, largely in stretcher bond, with stone dressings, except for stone rear outshut; rendered and colour-washed except at rear, Welsh slate roof. Main ...

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