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Hethpool House is a Grade II listedStructure of particular architectural and/or historic interest deserving of special protection. Edwardian country house in Hethpool, Northumberland. Designed by Cahil of Alnwick, it occupies the site of of an earlier house built in 1687. Additions in the Arts-and-crafts style were made in 1928 for Sir Arthur Munro Sutherland.[1]

As at 2024, Hethpool House is run as a B&B.[2]

The remains of a small 14th-century fortified tower in the garden are separately listed as a Grade II building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument.[3]


The two-storey house is roughcast[a]Roughcast is a form of pebbledash.[4] with ashlarMasonry of squared and finely cut or worked stone, commonly used for the facing of a building. dressing, and has a slate roof. There is a projecting wing to the rear, and a later tower attached to the right. The original building consisted of six bays with a doorway in the second bay.[1]


a Roughcast is a form of pebbledash.[4]