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The Turks Head


The Turks Head is located on the High Street in Rothbury. It was built in the c.17th century as a coaching inn. Parts of the inn were renovated in 1874 following a fire.[1] The former stable block has been renovated into cottages for additional guest accomodation.[2] The Turks Head is a Grade II listed building.
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The Turks Head, Rothbury

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The Turks Head

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TURKS HEAD INN - Rothbury - List Entry
- "Inn. Rebuilt 1874 after fire; late C17 or early C18 rear wing. Main part tooled stone with rock-faced plinth and cut dressings; rear wing large rubble. Welsh slate roof except ...

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The Turks Head, Rothbury
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List number: 1203235
List grade: 2
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NU0562301736

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