List number: 1043025
List grade: 2
Post code: NE46 4EW
Grid ref: NY9193870605

The George Hotel, Chollerford


A mid 18th Century coaching inn, located by the River North Tyne next to the stone bridge in Chollerford, Northumberland. It was extended in the 19th and 20th centuries. The hotel is a Grade 2 Listed building.

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The George Hotel, Chollerford

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The gardens of the George Hotel

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River North Tyne, The George Hotel

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The George Hotel, Chollerford (2)

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Chollerford Bridge

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Victorian postbox at the George Hotel, Chollerford

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THE GEORGE INN - List Entry
- "Hotel. Mid C18 extended C19. Roughly-squared stone with dressings, C19 parts snecked stone; Welsh slate roof. South-east elevation 2 storeys + attics, 1 + 4 bays...."

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Chollerford
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Chollerford
- Overview About Chollerford Map Chollerford is a village in Northumberland, located by the River North Tyne about 4 miles north of Hexham. Chesters Roman Fort is nearby. Chollerford is a ...
Chollerford Bridge
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Chollerford Bridge
- Overview Street View The stone bridge over the River North Tyne at Chollerford in Northumberland was built in 1785 by Robert Mylne. It replaced an earlier medieval bridge which had been ...
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Gardens of the George Hotel, Chollerford

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