Etal Castle, village and the Black Bull, north Northumberland the only thatched pub in the county.

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Etal Castle, village and the Black Bull, north Northumberland the only thatched pub in the county. Stock Photo
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Etal Castle, village and the Black Bull, north Northumberland the only thatched pub in the county.
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The Black Bull pub, Etal the only thatched pub in Northumberland. Etal is the most Northerly thatched village in England. The Castle just down from the pub fell to James IV of Scotland just before his defeat at the Battle of Flodden in 1514 in which he and many of the Scottish nobility were to fall. Etal is on The Pennine Cycleway, also known as the 'spine of England' route, which runs from Derby to Berwick-upon-Tweed