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NPRN 35796

Map Reference SJ43NW

Grid Reference SJ420397

Unitary (Local) Authority Wrexham

Old County Flintshire

Community Maelor South

Type of Site INN


Period Post Medieval

Site Description 16th century, 2-storey former cottage block, remodelled as inn with added wing to west and with the roof raised on the north side. Modern porch, and wing to the east. It has a wide-boarded oak entrance door with old strap hinges on lugs. Walls are now limewashed brick.

The interior includes several original doors with old strap hinges on lugs, stopped bevelled beams, and a beam above the fairly wide fireplace. There are old joists to the 1st floor and the purlins appear to be original.
(Source; Cadw listing database) S Fielding RCAHMW 19th July 2005

Damaged by fire 2010. Ex inf. Anna Irwin.

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