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Callaly in Northumberland

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Callaly, Northumberland. Located north of the village is Callaly Castle. The present mansion, representing Classical styles from about 1675 to 1835, incorporates a l5th-century peel-tower . Only three families — Callalys, Claverings and Brownes— have owned the estate 2 miles from Whittingham since Anglo-Saxon times. The south-west corner includes the medieval tower but it is thoroughly disguised by later building work. According to legend, the Lord of Callaly wanted to build his tower on Castle Hill ½ mile South East but his wife preferred the sheltered valley. As work began at his choice of site, the determined spouse engaged the steward to pull down every night what the masons had put up by day. Her lord finally decided to sit up all night to find out what or who was responsible. His wife dressed the steward as a wild boar and instructed him to dance wildly around, pulling down the stones and singing a ditty to the effect that only a tower erected where she had wished it would ever stand. The thoroughly frightened lord gave in. Italian stucco artists from Wallington Hall did the plasterwork in the showpiece drawing-room, possibly to the design of James Paine. The first hall was built just East of the tower in 1619. Robert Trollope of Newcastle designed the late-l7th-century changes. There were other alterations and additions in Georgian and Victorian times. A false flue in the drawing-room chimney was prepared by the Catholic Claverings for use as a priest's hiding hole.

Nearby towns: Alnwick, Amble, Morpeth, Wooler

Nearby villages: Alnham, Alwinton, Beanley, Biddlestone, Earle, Earsdon, East Thirston, Edlingham, Eglingham, Glanton, Guyzance, Harbottle, Hepburn, Hepple, Holystone, Ilderton, Ingram, Linden, Longframlington, Longhorsley, Lorbottle, New Bewick, Newton-on-the-Moor, North Charlton, Prendwick, Rock, Roddam, Rothbury, Sharperton, Shilbottle, Snitter, South Charlton, Swarland, Thropton, West Thirston, Whittingham, Wingates, Wooperton, Yetlington

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