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The Pembroke Arms

A Grade II Listed Building in Westbourne and West Cliff, Bournemouth

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.7194 / 50°43'9"N

Longitude: -1.8876 / 1°53'15"W

OS Eastings: 408027

OS Northings: 91087

OS Grid: SZ080910

Mapcode National: GBR X60.5B

Mapcode Global: FRA 67Y5.LFZ

Entry Name: The Pembroke Arms

Listing Date: 14 September 1984

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1140116

English Heritage Legacy ID: 352112

Location: Bournemouth, BH2

County: Bournemouth

Local Authority Ward: Westbourne and West Cliff

Built-Up Area: Bournemouth

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Dorset

Church of England Parish: Bournemouth St John with St Michael

Church of England Diocese: Winchester

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Listing Text

1. WEST HILL ROAD
5186 (East Side)
The Pembroke Arms
SZ O9SE 13/98

II

2.
Public house. c1900. Red brick, tile hanging, hipped tiled roof with decorative
cresting, gabled roof to carriage entrance extension, two lofty brick stacks; main
roof with modillion cornice interrupted by two wide bays, and terminated right with
large flat stone moulded 'Kneeler'. A lofty main block with projecting square wood
bays breaking through eaves line, and each crowned with semi-circular pediment
centrally to moulded cornice. To the left a wide carriage entry under flat lintol
with one storey over. The whole in a very rich Art Nouveau plus Arts and Crafts
tradition, generously detailed. Three storeys (two to carriage entrance) 1+2-windowed,
a 2-light sash, left, and 3-light sashes at first and second floors in the bays, all
with glazing bars plus Art Nouveau glass in upper sashes and plain glass below.
Ground floor all as originally designed with central feature with quadrant returns
to pair of doors, left, and single door, right, heavily moulded and detailed, over
dark green and light green polished faience tiles with excellent original motifs
including name of pub. Pair of original wood gates with iron cresting, carriage
entry. Above the fascia to main block, full width decorative iron railing standing
proud of bays and rich cast-iron decorative rainwater hoppers and drainpipes. An
altogether excellent survival of an early C20 pub frontage. Interior not viewed.


Listing NGR: SZ0802791087

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