Tag Archives: Malmesbury

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.

Malmesbury, Kings Arms

Historic pub in Malmesbury, with Cask Marque. Coaching inn and house, now one hotel. Early C17, main range refronted c1821, extended to rear c1856. Rendered limestone rubble with limestone ashlar plinth and ashlar and brick end stacks, and stone slate roof. PLAN: 2 rooms deep with axial first-floor passage, rear C19 N wing, and 2-bay […]

Malmesbury, St John’s Court

Historic building in Malmesbury. Hospital of St John of Jerusalem, converted to almshouses, now terrace of 3 houses. Late C12 hospital entrance, c1597 almshouse, renovated 1966.

Malmesbury, Oxford St, Tower House

Historic building in Malmesbury. Medieval hall with later rear wing, attached to terrace of 4 houses, with inserted tower; one house since early C19, when refronted. Late C15 hall, with a mid C16 rear wing, terrace of four C18 houses; refronted and tower added 1834.

Malmesbury, Oxford St, 9

Historic building in Malmesbury. Guild hall, divided into pair of cottages until 1990 restoration, now cafe. C15, altered C16 and C17. Open hall plan at right angles to street.  

Malmesbury, Oxford St, 6

Historic building in Malmesbury. House and ancillary buildings, now with shop. Early C17, C18 ancillary buildings, refronted c1861, mid C20 shop front.  

Malmesbury, Old Brewery House

Historic building in Malmesbury. House, additional house at W end, now one. Dated 1672, early C18 addition, E end refaced late C18. Roughcast with quoins to coursed limestone rubble, brick ridge and right-hand gable stacks and a stone slate roof.

Malmesbury, Kings House

Historic building in Malmesbury. House and attached W and rear wings, now 2 houses. c1705, extended to W early C18. Limestone rubble and dressings with ashlar and brick gable and rear external stacks and stone slate roof. Main elevation provincial Baroque style.  

Malmesbury, High St, 92

Historic building in Malmesbury. Inn, now house. c1600, stack and stair late C17. Coursed limestone rubble and dressings, with a central stone ridge stack with brick top and brick end gable stacks, and slate hipped roof, with slate and pantile to rear wing. L-shaped single-depth plan with lobby entry, rear W kitchen wing and later […]

Malmesbury, Gloucester St, 8 (former White Lion Inn)

Historic building in Malmesbury. Inn, now house. C15, refronted and altered C18/19. Limestone rubble with ashlar inclusions and quoins, roughcast facade; 2 lateral brick stacks and a rear ridge stack with a stone slate roof with gableted rear wing and lower front eaves than left-hand return. PLAN: formerly courtyard plan, W range demolished mid C19.