RED LION HOTEL

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1305171
Date first listed:
02-Oct-1954
Statutory Address:
RED LION HOTEL, 2, BROAD STREET
Statutory Address:
RED LION HOTEL, MARKET SQUARE

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Location

Statutory Address:
RED LION HOTEL, 2, BROAD STREET
Statutory Address:
RED LION HOTEL, MARKET SQUARE

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

County:
Gloucestershire
District:
Forest of Dean (District Authority)
Parish:
Newent
National Grid Reference:
SO 72238 25839

Details

SO 7225-7325 NEWENT BROAD STREET (south side)

13/81 No 2 (Red Lion Hotel)

2.10.54

GV II

Former Inn, now Public House; early and mid C19; Flemish bond brickwork, slate roof to Broad Street, large concrete tiles to Market Square. Three windows wide to Broad Street, 4 bays to Market Square, 2 storeys. Front to Broad Street: brick plinth, 3 paired single-pane sash windows, under flat, rubbed brick arches. Between second and third windows from left 6-panel door up 3 steps; upper panels fielded, bottom flush; panelled reveals, moulded surround, flat hood on shaped brackets. First floor windows as below, iron arm with 2 stays for inn sign. Post and end of supporting beam from former jettied timber-framed building, against No 4. Coved plaster cornice, hipped roof. Tall brick chimney against No 4 (q.v.). Left return to Market Square; on right projecting brick chimney, with low, triangular, brick-topped infill on right. To left, 2-light casement window, flat rendered lintel; double doors, top-half glazed, moulded surround, flat hood with shaped brackets. On left cambered brick-on-end arch to cellar hatch. Beyond large, canted bay, late C20 windows on 2 faces, third brick; hipped slate roof. Slight projection beyond, 3 brick piers, stone Doric caps, deep, rendered lintel over. First bay wide, double boarded doors, boarding set diagonally, fretwork grills in upper half: second bay narrow, brick below, rendered panel above. First floor 16-pane sash, cambered head over door, ditto over right half of bay: coved plaster cornice up to projection. Three semi-circular headed sash windows over Doric piers: continuous sill on top of lintel, shaped consoles with swags and skulls below springing to each arch. Arches and alternate bricks in reveals painted. Hipped roof, higher for last extension. Two brick chimneys behind ridge towards right of centre, third on ridge at junction to 3 window section.

Listing NGR: SO7223825839

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
125613
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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Date: 10 May 2006
Reference: IOE01/15370/33
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Terence J Devine. Source Historic England Archive
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