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Description: Oatlands Park Hotel
Date Listed: 24 October 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 286835
OS Grid Reference: TQ0849865185
OS Grid Coordinates: 508498, 165185
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3754, -0.4425
TQ 06NE BOROUGH OF ELMBRIDGE OATLANDS DRIVE
1/266 Oatlands Park Hotel
House, now hotel. Original house of 1794 by Henry Holland for Duke of York, reconstr-
ucted in 1827 for Edward "Golden Ball" Hughes and remodelled, with west wing added in
1856 by T.H. Whyatt, when converted into hotel. Italianate style. Yellow stock brick
rendered dressings with hipped slate roofs, bracketed eaves and panelled brick stacks.
3 storeys, 4 balustraded angle tower on south west corner. 2bow windows rising through
2 storeys on south front of tower. Hip roofed belvedere loggia to top with triple
arch arcade on north and south sides, 4 arches on east and west.
Main front: 9 bay sash windowed range to left with rendered string course over first
floor, geometric pattern freize over ground floor and rendered window surrounds to
ground floor, keystones breaking into the freize. Similar 4 bay block to right of
centre with further 4 bay block breaking forward to right. Ballroom extension: 2
storeys and attic in Mansard roof projecting forward at the east end(right). Recessed
3 bay entrance block to centre of main front under lead square ogee domed roof, behind
triple arched loggia with paired Roman Ionic columns on pedestals, bracketed entablature.
Triple glazed doors behind under traceried fanlights.
West front: (Left hand return front) 2 square bays to ground floor, "Venetian" style
surround to double half-glazed doors with Doric pilasters. C20 additions to left.
Listing NGR: TQ0849865185
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