Tag Archives: inn

Fairford, Bull Hotel

Burford, Angel Inn

Historic inn in Burford with Cask Marque. House, now inn. Front of c.1800, said to have mediaeval core. Coursed and dressed (rubble) ashlar-type rubble. Cotswold stone roof, rubble chimney to left, brick chimney to right.  

Malmesbury, Smoking Dog

Historic pub in Malmesbury, with Cask Marque. Formerly known as The Greyhound Inn. House, now pub. Mid C18. Limestone rubble with gable stacks and asbestos tile roof. Double-depth plan. 2 storeys; 3-window range.

Calne, Lansdowne Strand Hotel

Historic inn and hotel in Calne, with cask marque. Inn and several houses, now hotel. Mid-late C17 left-hand end, refronted early C18, left-hand range partly rebuilt mid C19, rear C18. Painted limestone rubble, coursed limestone left-hand gable, coursed rubble rear blocks, 5 limestone ashlar ridge stacks, stone slate roof, with slates and pantiles to rear […]

Calne, White Hart Hotel

Historic inn in Calne. Late C16, E range mid C18, N and W ranges rebuilt late C18-early C19, S range early C19. Coursed limestone rubble, ashlar dressings and ridge and lateral stacks, and slate hipped roof with stone slates to the S range. Courtyard plan. There is a reference to the Hart in the Guild […]

Hungerford, Three Swans Hotel

Historic inn in Hungerford. C18 altered C20.

Wantage, Bear Hotel

Historic pub in Wantage, with Cask Marque. Inn. C17, remodelled c.1720, Red Flemish bond brick; early C20 limestone ashlar to ground floor; roof and stacks not visible. L-plan. 3 storeys; 6-window range. Early C18 gates to entry; late C18 ground floor sashes.

Wantage, Bell Inn

Historic pub in Wantage, with Cask Marque. House, now inn. Late C16, originally timber-framed and jettied to centre, extended 3 bays to left, 2 bays to right, and refaced c.1890.  

Wantage, King Alfred’s Head

Historic pub in Wantage, with Cask Marque. Inn, now public house. Early C18. Random bond yellow brick, red brick quoins and dressings; C20 tile roof; brick stacks.  

Abingdon, Old Anchor

Historic public house in Abingdon, with Cask Marque. Probably C17 core with mid C19 red brick front.