MADERIA HALL HOTEL

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1075788

Date first listed: 15-Jul-1976

Statutory Address: MADERIA HALL HOTEL, TRINITY ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: MADERIA HALL HOTEL, TRINITY ROAD

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Isle of Wight (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Ventnor

National Grid Reference: SZ 57131 77910

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History

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Details

SZ 5777; 2/168

TRINITY ROAD, Madeira Hall Hotel

II*

Early Bonchurch marine residence. Circa 1800-1820, possibly enlargement of old cottage. Gothicised, two storeys roughly dressed stone. Half H plan, the shallow wings gabled with large kneelers. The right hand wing contains 2-storey shallow canted stone bay with crenellated parapet - 2 lights to front, one each side, marginal glazing intersecting to 4-centred heads of sashes, panelled apron 1st floor. Left hand wing has 3-light stone mullioned windows to both floors with drip moulds. The centre, with coved string and parapet, has a 2-storey, canted stone mullioned bay window with coved cornice to left. Small central ground floor casement with drip mould. Glazing bar sash window with drip mould over doorway to right. This has 3-centred arch with panelled spandrels and crenellated cornice capping. East elevation has wooden rectangular bay window to 1st floor with glazing bar sash lights and 2 glazing bar sashes with drip moulds. The house was inhabited in the C19 by a Miss Dick, apparently the model for Miss Faversham in Dickens' "Great Expectations". Macaulay was in residence here in 1848. Madeira Hall is a picturesque building set in spacious grounds, now used as hotel.

Listing NGR: SZ5713177906

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 421867

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