COVID-19 Announcement: In view of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic our committee has decided to cancel dancing until the end of this year. This will be reviewed in December with the hope we can resume dancing in the New Year.
Take care all and stay safe.
Grampa Smith, Mom & Anthony, my oldest brother Photo kindly provided by Winnie Boutet, Canada Mom’s brother Gordon, far right Photo kindly provided by Winnie Boutet, Canada Mom & Dad (Jessie & Anthony) Deane, Mom’s sister Madge & her daughter Ruby. Photo kindly provided by Winnie Boutet, Canada
Some of the original building dates far back into the 18th century and was holiday rooms as early as the turn of the 20th century. It was also a Post Office, prior to 1928 and then converted into staff accommodation for the Nethy Bridge Hotel.
Richard and Patricia Eccles bought it in 1982 and opened it as a bunkhouse in Jan 1983. After 33 years and up to 10,000 annual bednights, they sold it to Heidi and Peter Charlton in January 2016.
1700s. By 1865 it was as it was in 1983 when converted to a bunkhouse with a new section added at the back.
Centre of village
Unknown – possibly 18th century – four sections to building – final addition added 1994.
Dr Jean Munro & Elizabeth Fleming (2008)
Nethy Bridge Hotel
Nethy Bridge Community Centre
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