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Beulah Hotel, Tong Road at the junction with Hall Lane

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Beulah Hotel, Tong Road at the junction with Hall Lane
2005. The Beulah Hotel in Tong Road dates from 1830 and is built in stone. The Court Leet was held in a large room on the first floor and also the Court Baron, held in the name of the Lord of the Manor. Nowadays, The Beulah Hotel has a black and white mock Tudor facade and serves food daily.

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