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Latitude: 53.3258 / 53°19'32"N
Longitude: -3.8307 / 3°49'50"W
OS Eastings: 278166
OS Northings: 382551
OS Grid: SH781825
Mapcode National: GBR 1YPZ.GH
Mapcode Global: WH64Y.4N3Q
Entry Name: Marlborough Hotel
Listing Date: 6 June 2001
Last Amended: 6 June 2001
Source ID: 25286
Building Class: Commercial
Location: Facing NW after South Parade turns away from sea.
Traditional County: Caernarfonshire
Hotel, formerly 3 houses. No 9 is in same style as buildings of South Parade facing sea front; Nos 10-11 although in similar Italianate style are to different design.
No 9 is similar to adjacent Nos 7 & 8, a former house of three windows, sash glazing; slightly set forward from adjacent houses. Slate roof; brick chimneys. Stucco elevation with rusticated ground floor; 4 storeys and basement. Crowning cornice and blocking course with large brackets. Camber-headed top floor windows (4-pane sashes); long brackets of cornice frame windows. Second floor sash windows have shouldered stuccoed architraves. On first floor, window to centre has French doors giving onto balcony with early C20 rails and lamp standards. To each side storeyed canted bay descending to basement. Front enclosed by early C20 bow-fronted iron glazed porch with Classical detailing. Gatepiers have iron lamps similar to those on balcony; iron railings
Nos 10 & 11 are also of 4 storeys and basement in similar materials; dentil cornice. Each house is of 2 windows. At top floor level, square-headed window to L, and 3-light window to R. On second floor round-headed window to L, and window of 3 round-headed lights to R. On first floor, to R, canted bay window descends to basement level, crowned by balustrade. To L, No 10 has floor square bay window above prostyle Doric porch; No 11 lacks bay window and has camber-headed window over balustaded porch similar to No 10. Modern doors.
Included as part of a group of Mid C19 buildings in important early development on sea front of planned Victorian resort of Llandudno. Group value with adjacent listed buildings.
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