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Description: The Mallan Hotel
Date Listed: 7 July 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 327574
OS Grid Reference: NZ8273000745
OS Grid Coordinates: 482730, 500745
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3955, -0.7273
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GOATHLAND GOATHLAND VILLAGE
20/98 The Mallan Hotel
Formerly known as The Mallyon Spout Hotel. Hotel. Dated 1892; part
demolished, rebuilt and extended c.1935. By Demaine and Brierley for
M.D.McEacharn. Hammered sandstone with sandstone ashlar dressings.
Extension in red brick in English garden wall bond, fronted in hammered
sandstone. Tiled roofs. 2 storeys, 4 bays, with attic over 2-window
centre part. Right-of-centre porch has elliptical-arched, chamfered
doorway with flat hoodmould and ribbon-carved spandrels, inscribed with
monogram M.D.McE. to left, and date 1892 to right. Board door on strap
hinges recessed in porch, to right of small pointed light. Left of porch
6-light mullioned window, with two king mullions: similar 5-light window
to right of porch. 2-storey corniced, canted bay at far left, with
7-light windows, transomed on ground floor. Remaining first floor windows
and gabled half dormers also mullioned, of 3 or 4 lights. Mullions are
chamfered throughout, and windows square latticed metal casements.
Overhanging bracketed eaves. Coped gables and raised kneelers. Centre
left and right end external stacks. Left return. 1-window gable end with
2-storey, 1-window wing at left; 2-storey, 3-window extension further
left. Recessed C20 part-glazed door in gable end: mullioned windows
similar to those on front. Inserted dormer in wing. Stack at left.
Extension, cross-gabled at right end, has mullioned windows throughout and
later dormers. Roof hipped at right, and left end stack. Interior.
Closed-string staircase with turned balusters, moulded handrail and square
newel posts with shallow pyramidal caps. Ground floor left room has sunk
panelling and bracketed Delft rack. Right room has segment-arched stone
fireplace with bracketed mantelshelf. C.Carus, Walter Henry Brierley,
1862-1926, unpublished Diploma in Conservation Studies dissertation,
University of York: Building News, Vol.LXVII, 1894, p.749 anti
Listing NGR: NZ8273000745
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Source: English Heritage
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