Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1144475

Date first listed: 19-Jun-1973

Date of most recent amendment: 03-Jan-1986

Statutory Address: JOHN PEEL INN


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Statutory Address: JOHN PEEL INN

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

County: Cumbria

District: Allerdale (District Authority)

Parish: Caldbeck

National Park: LAKE DISTRICT

National Grid Reference: NY 32394 39774


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NY 33 NW CALDBECK Caldbeck

13/53 John Peel Inn (formerly listed as 19.6.73 Oddfellows Arms Inn)


Public House. Early C19 with late 1920s alterations. Painted roughcast walls with painted V-jointed quoins. Graduated greenslate roof with C20 brick chimney stacks. 2 storeys, 3 bays with lower 2-storey, single-bay extension to rear. C20 double plank doors in painted surround under plain cornice. Sash windows with glazing bars and tripartite sash windows with glazing bars on both floors to right, all in painted stone surrounds. C20 single-storey toilet extension to right side under greenslate roof and similar wall to pub. Side entrance has C17 chamfered surround under shaped lintel. Extension has hipped Welsh slate roof and sash windows with glazing bars in painted stone surrounds. Taken over as part of the Carlisle and District State Management Scheme and returned to private ownership in 1973, when the name was changed from the Oddfellows Arms. Was called the Rising Sun Inn in 1828-9, when John Peel and John Woodcock Graves sang Bonnie Annie there, after writing it at Graves house nearby, see Hugh Machell, John Peel, 1926, p85, illustrated.

Listing NGR: NY3239439774


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Legacy System number: 72361

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Books and journals
Machell, H, John Peel, (1926), 85

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