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HELLIFIELD PEEL

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A fortified house built in the 14th century, possibly as an aisled hall, and altered in the 15th century. Further alterations were carried out in the 17th and late 18th/early 19th centuries and the building was partly demolished in 1959, and was ruinous for many years, by 2007 it had been restored and is now in use as a bread and breakfast guest house. It has three storeys and is built of stone rubble. No visible trace of the moat survives.

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