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Stockton-on-Tees, Sun Inn

Oxford, Turf Tavern

Historic pub in Oxford, with cask marque. Original date indeterminate but remodelled in C18. 2 storeyed cement-faced timber-framing. Welsh slate roof. Brick shaft on a central moulded stone base. There is a boxed-out bar front to the ground floor on the north with C18 windows. The other windows have C18-style sashes with glazing bars. There […]

Oxford, Trout Inn

Historic pub in Oxford, with cask marque. Mainly C17 with some C18 alterations and additions. The elevation facing South on the river is 2-storeyed coursed rubble with a stone slate roof and 2 stone based end stacks.

Oxford, Britannia Inn

Historic pub in Oxford, with cask marque. C18. Stone, band at 1st floor level. 2 storeys, 2 windows, sashes with glazing bars, external shutters. Blank window over the door.

Oxford, Royal Oak

Historic pub in Oxford, with cask marque. C17 altered in C18. A symmetrical building of 2-storeyed timber-framed roughcast with an extension or wing of lower height on the North and South.

Oxford, Eagle & Child

Historic pub in Oxford, with cask marque. Modern stuccoed front of 2-storeyed rubble and timber framing with 3 gables at eaves level. At the back in the lst floor is a tall 2-light late C17 mullioned and transomed window with a moulded frame in a roughcast wall.

Oxford (Headington), White Hart Inn

Historic pub in Oxford, with good beer. Originally C17 but the whole front has been remodelled. 2-storeyed rubble built in 2 sections with cellars and 4 gabled attic dormers in a modern brown tiled roof.

Oxford, Chequers Inn

Historic pub in Oxford, with good beer. C15-C16, altered. The North front is a 3-storeyed timber-framed front with an overhang remaining above a modern shop front. On the West side of the passage way on the East of the house, which leads to the Chequers Inn, is some original C15 studding with the remains of […]

Wallingford, Dolphin

Historic pub in Wallingford, with Cask Marque. C17, with early C19 front. Painted brick; roughcast, probably on timber framing to first floor; old plain-tile roof; brick end stack to right.

Oxford, Mitre Hotel

Historic building in Oxford. 3 and 4 storeyed stuccoed, partly rubble and partly brick and timber framing, with C13 and Cl7 cellars. The South front was rebuilt circa l630 and altered in C18. Has been an inn from circa 1300 and known as the Mitre from circa 1500. The property of Lincoln College since 1450. […]