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Burford Bridge Hotel

A Grade II Listed Building in Mickleham, Surrey

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.2547 / 51°15'17"N

Longitude: -0.3217 / 0°19'18"W

OS Eastings: 517212

OS Northings: 151955

OS Grid: TQ172519

Mapcode National: GBR HGB.9GP

Mapcode Global: VHGS1.CQRH

Entry Name: Burford Bridge Hotel

Listing Date: 11 June 1973

Last Amended: 17 November 1975

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1028876

English Heritage Legacy ID: 289951

Location: Mickleham, Mole Valley, Surrey, RH5

County: Surrey

District: Mole Valley

Civil Parish: Mickleham

Traditional County: Surrey

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Surrey

Church of England Parish: Mickleham

Church of England Diocese: Guildford

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Listing Text

LONDON ROAD
1.
1049
Burford Bridge Hotel
Stables and Barn at
TQ 15 SE 8/101 Burford Bridge Hotel

II

2.
All, 3 are incorporated within the same building.
Originally called the Fox and Hounds Hotel. Long L-shaped early C19 building.
2 storeys. 12 windows. Faced with roughcast. Slate roof. Glazing bars intact.
The north wing of 5 windows, which projects, has a gable in the centre. Modern
verandah on the ground floor. Nelson stayed here his last night in England on his
way to Portsmouth before Trafalgar. Keats wrote the last part of "Endymion" here
in 1819. Hazlitt also stayed here. Adjoining on the south are contemporary stables.
2 storeys. 5 windows. Painted brick. Tiled roof. Modern windows. Coach-house
projection in the centre with a gable over. At the southern end is a C17 barn used
as a dining room. This was originally at Abinger and was re-erected here in 1934
by the late Lord Faver. Photograph in NMR.

The above entry shall be amended to read.

1. LONDON ROAD
1049
Burford Bridge Hotel
TQ 15 SE 8/101
II
2.
Originally called the Fox and Hounds Hotel. Long L-shaped early C19 building.
2 storeys. 12 windows. Faced with roughcast. Slate roof. Glazing bars intact.
The north wing of 5 windows, which projects, has a gable in the centre. Modern
verandah on the ground floor. Nelson stayed here his last night in England on his
way to Portsmouth before Trafalgar. Keats wrote the last part of "Endymion"
here in 1819. Hazlitt also stayed here. 2 storeys. 5 windows. Painted brick.
Tiled roof. Modern windows. Coach-house projection in the centre with a gable
over. At the southern end is a C17 barn used as a dining room. This was originally
at Abinger and was re-erected here in 1934 by the late Lord Faver. Photograph in NMR.

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LONDON ROAD
1.
1049
Burford Bridge Hotel.
Stables and Barn at
Burford Bridge Hotel.
TQ 15 SE 8/101

II

2.
All 3 are incorporated within the same building.
Originally called the Fox and Hounds Hotel. Long L-shaped early C19 building.
2 storeys. 12 windows. Faced with roughcast. Slate roof. Glazing bars intact.
The north wing of 5 windows, which projects, has a gable in the centre. Modern
verandah on the ground floor. Nelson stayed here his last night in England
on his way to Portsmouth before Trafalgar. Keats wrote the last part of "Endymion"
here in 1819. Hazlitt also stayed here. Adjoining on the south are contemporary
stables. 2 storeys. 5 windows. Painted brick. Tiled roof. Modern windows.
Coach-house projection in the centre with a gable over. At the southern end
is a C17 barn used as a dining room. This was originally at Abinger and was
re-elected here in 1934 by the late Lord Faver. Photograph in NMR.


Listing NGR: TQ1721251955

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