Dating seascale

The dining room enjoys stunning coastal views, and serves a menu including steaks, curries, pasta and sandwiches.The Chapters Bar offers a range of real ales and has been featured in the Good Beer Guide.The letter i in this spelling implies a soft consonant like modern English j; the second part of the name would be pronounced approximately as -ageul would be in modern French.An oft-quoted Celtic etymology in the Oxford Dictionary of English Place-Names, accepts the view of Padel (1985) that the name is from Cornish *din meaning fort and *tagell meaning neck, throat, constriction, narrow (Celtic *dūn, "fort" = Irish dún, "fort", cf.

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Another early reference is in 1200 in a charter of Roger de Beauchamp to the priory of St Bees.

It states that land he gave to that monastery was near Leseschalis or Seascale, on the western coast.

As the Norse penetrated inland other skalar were named, so Seascale was distinguished by reference to the sea.

The earliest written reference to Seascale is in the period 1154-1181, when an Aldwin de Seascale was witness to a deed made at Wetheral priory.

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