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Description: Cotswold Gateway Hotel
Date Listed: 1 March 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 254103
OS Grid Reference: SP2506211725
OS Grid Coordinates: 425062, 211725
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8036, -1.6379
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BURFORD AND UPtON A40
AND SIGNET (North Side)
SP2411-2511 Cotswold Gateway Hotel
Large farmhouse, possibly a posting inn for the traffic on the high road
between Oxford and Cheltenham; now a road-house. After 1812. Coursed
rubble, slate roof. 3 storeys; 5 bays; chamfered quoins, coped verges,
raised flat surrounds to keyed glazing bar sashes. The 3 centre bays of
ground floor obscured by C20 1:6:1-light square bay. End chimneys, the
right hand one with ashlar base. Parallel range to North linked at East
end by 3-storey crenellated set-back with C20 doorway and one range of
glazing bar sash windows in chamfered surrounded with drips; the flanking
gable ends have tripartite ground floor windows and garret windows.
Irregular 2-storey extensions to left, one with ball finial, both with
stone slates. Interior transformed by special effects into a Tudor-style
road-house with heavily moulded cross-beams.
Listing NGR: SP2506211725
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Source: English Heritage
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