Duke of Cornwall Hotel, Millbay Road, Plymouth
This grand railway hotel was built in 1865 and designed by C Forster Hayward of London. It was built to cater for the Great Western Railway passengers to Millbay. It is built from coursed Plymouth limestone rubble with mostly granite decoration. The style is known as Baronial Gothic and it has very ornate features including a belvedere (viewpoint) at the top of the polygonal tower.