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Former Custom House, Anglesey Hotel, Caernarfon

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Map ReferenceSH46SE
Grid ReferenceSH4769862711
Unitary (Local) AuthorityGwynedd
Old CountyCaernarfonshire
Type Of SiteHOTEL
PeriodPost Medieval
Customs house, thought to have been built in 1736. It is situated on the waterfront, abutting the town walls. By 1852 this was a hotel.
A three storey building, the walls painted roughcast under a slate gabled roof framed by chimney stacks. It faces south along the walls towards the castle with a four bay facade, entered at first floor level via a two storey hipped roof lean-to. The two bay gable end facade has a first floor iron balcony which, with the two storey rear wing, is thought to have been added in the mid nineteenth century.

Associated with: outbuildings (NPRN 31402)

Source: CADW Listed Buildings Database (3930)

John Wiles 14.06.07