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Courtyard Wines Dun Cow Hotel The Cottage, Dunchurch

Description: Courtyard Wines Dun Cow Hotel The Cottage

Grade: II
Date Listed: 4 December 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 308680

OS Grid Reference: SP4849671253
OS Grid Coordinates: 448496, 271253
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3372, -1.2896

Locality: Dunchurch
Local Authority: Rugby Borough Council
County: Warwickshire
Country: England
Postcode: CV22 6PE

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Listing Text

SP4871 (North side)
11/38 Dun Cow Hotel, The Cottage and
04/12/51 Courtyard Wines
(Formerly listed as Dun Cow
Hotel, house and shop, formerly a coaching inn and attached outbuildings. C18
origins. Late C18/early C19 with later alterations. Front of scored rendered
brick; right return side to Rugby Road of Flemish bond yellow and red brick with
brick dentil cornice. Old tile hipped roofs, hipped to right, have parapet to
front; brick ridge and left end stacks. Courtyard plan. 2 storeys; 6-window
range. Third bay has wide carriage arch with thin wood pilasters and simple
entablature and two 12-panelled doors. Fifth bay has large square C19 painted
wood porch over pavement. Square piers. Octagonal panelled entablature.
Half-glazed door with panelled reveals. Ground floor of fourth and sixth bays
has tripartite sashes; 16-pane sashes, and 12-pane to third and fifth bays.
Rusticated rendered flat arches with keyblocks. Parapet has string course and
coping, and long moulded octagonal panel. Right return side to Rugby Road is a
5-window range. Sashes with gauged brick flat arches. one-storey-and-attic C19
range on right has 4-panelled door'and overlight, sash and C20 three-light
window. To courtyard: irregular ranges; part of left range forms The Cottage.
Barn opposite entrance, now converted to Courtyard Wines. Interior not

Listing NGR: SP4849671253

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Source: English Heritage

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