The Vale Hotel, Gedling, Nottinghamshire

The Vale Hotel, Gedling, Nottinghamshire
Photograph taken 01 August 2007 © Dr Eric Ritchie. Source Historic England Archive ref: 459723

This pub and hotel was built in 1935-37. It was for Home Ales Brewery. It is an example of a fine quality Thirties public house designed by an important local, and nationally known architect, T Cecil Howitt. It is extremely well preserved both externally and internally. It has most of its original Art Deco style decoration. It was featured in an important contemporary book, The Planning and Equipment of Public Houses by W B Yourke. This book illustrated the very best examples of public house architecture of the period.

Location

Nottinghamshire Gedling

Period

1930s (1930 - 1938)

Tags

pub inn architecture art deco 1930s (1930 - 1938)