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The Coquetvale Hotel


The Coquetvale Hotel is located on Station Road in Rothbury, a short distance west of the site of the former railway station. It was built in the 1870s by Lord Armstrong as a station hotel to service guests visiting his Cragside estate.[1]

Rothbury Rothbury Railway Station (1870 - 1963) Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900)
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Coquetvale Hotel, Rothbury

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Coquetvale Hotel, Rothbury

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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The Coquetvale Hotel
- Official Website of The Coquetvale Hotel.

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Rothbury Railway Station (1870 - 1963)
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Rothbury Railway Station (1870 - 1963)
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Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900)
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Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900)
- Overview About William Armstrong William George Armstrong was born on 26th November 1810, in Shieldfield, Newcastle. He became a prominent engineer and industrialist who founded the Armstrong Whitworth company, producing armaments which ...

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