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Chillingham Castle is a fourteenth century four corner towered building, constructed around an old pele tower.
The castle is noted for its dungeon which lies below the north eastern tower of the building.
The grounds were mainly landscaped by Capability Brown and feature some of his finest work in his home county.
At the entrance to the park is the William the Lion stone, which marks the point where that king of Scotland, was captured while besieging Alnwick in 1174.
His reaction was to raise their rents once again - the story is however only a legend.
Not far to the north west of Alnwick castle are the extensive grounds of Hulne Park, where there are the remains of both a priory and an abbey.
But the story is that the Duke, far from showing gratitude for the monument to his honour was more interested in the fact that his tenants had been able to raise the money for the monument.
The street changes its name from Bondgate Without to Bondgate Within, as it passes through the arch.
The Hotspur tower dates from the fifteenth century and commemorates the name of that famous warlike member of the Percy family, Harry `Hotspur'.
Superstition has it, that whoever tries to move these dirty bottles, will be cursed with bad luck and the widow of the poor man who put the bottles in the window claimed that whoever touched them would be sure to die soon after. Another of Alnwick's well known inns is the White Swan, within which we find the lounge ballroom from the `Olympic', sister ship of the `Titanic'.
The huge room was rescued from the ship when it was scrapped at Wallsend on Tyne.It is one of the first sights to greet the visitor to Alnwick from the south.