Fortescue Arms and Coach House, Tattershall
Description: Fortescue Arms and Coach House
Date Listed: 14 September 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 400473
OS Grid Reference: TF2128657904
OS Grid Coordinates: 521286, 357904
Latitude/Longitude: 53.1046, -0.1898
Location: High Street, Tattershall, Lincolnshire LN4 4LQ
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TF 2057-2157 TATTERSHALL MARKET PLACE
10/64 Fortescue Arms
14.9.66 and Coach House
Hotel and coach house. C15, early C18, with early C19 and C20
alterations. Painted and rendered brick, hipped slate roof with
lead dressings to hotel, pantile roof to coach house, single wall
and 3 ridge red brick stacks. 2 storey with attics, 3 bay front,
having tall plinth and first floor band, central C20 door with
plain overlight in wooden pilastered surround with narrow lead
hood. To right a single canted glazing bar sash window with flat
lead roof and to right a C20 rectangular bay with 2 doors. To
first floor are 3 glazing bar sashes. In the roof are 2 gabled
dormers with plain sashes and slate hung cheeks. To right is a
lower 2 storey service block also with plinth and band having
central C20 door with to left a glazing bar sash and to right a
further canted bay window. To first floor are 2 glazing bar
sashes. Beyond again to the right a 2 storey coach house with
band to the right only, and brick dentillated eaves course,
having off-centre rusticated basket arched opening with grotesque
head over the keystone. Rusticated stucco quoins continue up to
a dentillated slightly projecting segmental hood. To left is a
planked door with above a single glazing bar sash. To the rear
of the hotel is brickwork of C15 character.
Listing NGR: TF2128657904
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Source: English Heritage
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