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Description: Burleigh Court Hotel Including Garden Steps and Gateway
Date Listed: 28 June 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 133013
OS Grid Reference: SO8666401881
OS Grid Coordinates: 386664, 201881
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7155, -2.1944
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SO 8601-8701 MINCHINHAMPTON BURLEIGH
16/222 Burleigh Court Hotel (previously
listed as Burleigh Court)
28.6.60 including garden steps and
Former large detached house, now hotel. c1800; altered c1930 by
Clough Williams-Ellis. Ashlar limestone; ashlar chimneys; Welsh
slate roof. Three-storey U-plan with single-storey courtyard
infill. Attached former stables at west end, now incorporated into
hotel. South (garden) front: symmetrical with fenestration
1:2:1:2:1. Two windows in 2 full-height segmental bows. Generally
12-pane sashes to ground and middle floors, 9-pane to upper floor.
Most ground floor windows altered to later C19 glazed doors. Plain
sill bands and wider middle floor level band. Eaves cornice with
blocking course. Hipped roof with ridge-mounted chimneys having
moulded caps. Lower single-storey linking section to left with
rear of former stable range beyond. Adjoining round fronted stone
steps leading to higher level of garden, classical gate piers and
open balustrading all part of Williams-Ellis's improvements. East
end: 3-window fenestration, narrow central sashes and outer
tripartite sashes. North (entrance) front: 3-window fenestration
to main range with single-window to each of projecting wings, all
sashes as to south front. Central tripartite sash to middle and
upper floors, ground floor obscured by single-storey infill in
matching style with sash windows and off-centre Tuscan pedimented
porch in antis, recessed glazed doorway flanked by sashes. Stable
range to right has pair of large gate piers to small yard.
Interior: cornices and doorcases are mostly of c1800. Stick
balusters to plain staircase. Panelled room in single-storey part
possibly by Williams-Ellis.
(D. Verey, Gloucestershire: The Cotswolds, 1979)
Listing NGR: SO8666401881
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