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SHILBOTTLE PELE


SHILBOTTLE PELE
Shilbottle Vicars Pele, © Mike Searle and licensed for reuse under cc-by-sa/2.0

The tower is located in Shilbottle village and dates from the early fifteenth century. It is 21 by 17 feet in area and has the usual thick walls and a strong vaulted roof on the ground floor. In the 19th century it was restored and the adjoining house added to turn it into a Vicarage.


 

Directions
Off the A1, 3 miles south of Alnwick
Shilbottle, Northumbria NE66 2XR

 



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