An early 16th century name for a cellar situated at the south end of Bugle Street on the west side. It was owned by the Abbott of Beaulieu before 1454, hence its name. It may be the building called ‘the powtherying house’ referred to in the early 16th century Third Book of Remembrance, volume 2.
Beaulieu Cellar is not to be confused with the Wool House on the east side of Bugle Street, which was sometimes referred to as Beaulieu Wool House.


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