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Amongst its many illustrious guests was Charles Dickens.

A major service that was offered by the coaching inns was to provide hungry travellers with a ready supply of hot food that could be eaten quickly before they had to catch their next coach.

As such, our inn will have a huge Front Kitchen with a working Georgian range and bread oven, as well as several other fireplaces for cooking on throughout the building.

It became prominent locally as the home of the merchant family, the Fenwicks, including Alderman Nicholas Fenwick who lived there between 17.

By 1782 the house had been bought by Charles Turner, a local innkeeper, who began converting the building into a hotel.

Last week Clara took a trip down South with members from other teams at Beamish to visit Hampton Court.

There, they met with various members of staff from Historic Royal Palaces to share ideas about everything from to how to recreate a Tudor heresy trial to cooking roast beef on a spit.