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Latitude: 50.4075 / 50°24'26"N
Longitude: -4.6704 / 4°40'13"W
OS Eastings: 210344
OS Northings: 59811
OS Grid: SX103598
Mapcode National: GBR N5.RL52
Mapcode Global: FRA 173Z.88S
Entry Name: The King's Arms Hotel
Listing Date: 28 August 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1144229
English Heritage Legacy ID: 70841
Location: Lostwithiel, Cornwall, PL22
Civil Parish: Lostwithiel
Built-Up Area: Lostwithiel
Traditional County: Cornwall
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cornwall
Church of England Parish: Lostwithiel
Church of England Diocese: Truro
LOSTWITHIEL FORE STREET (north side),
SX 15 NW
10/99 The King's Arms Hotel
Inn. Circa 1800, with later C19 and C20 alterations and additions. Slatestone and
granite rubble, rendered; slate roof with ridge coping tiles and gable ends, stacks
removed. Attached block to rear left in rubble with granite quoins, with hipped
Double depth plan with central entrance (slightly to left of centre); originally with
larger principal room to right and service room to rear. Attached by covered way to
rear left, a stable/coach house block. C19 service wing to rear right.
2 storeys and attic, 4 windows. Ground floor has paired 4-pane sash, C20 door and
wide 6-pane sash. First floor has two 12-pane sashes and two 16-pane sashes,
alternated; 2nd floor has 4 sashes, of 4, 9, 12 and 9 panes. Ground and first floor
windows in plain raised architraves with keystones. The left gable end has two 4-
pane sashes at ground floor. Rear 2-storey block has central half-glazed door, 4-
pane sash to right and left, three 4-pane sashes at first floor. A small single
storey block with carriage doors connects the main building with the rear coach-house
block, of 2 storeys; this has 2 large 16-pane sashes at first floor in brick
surrounds and at ground floor a 16-pane sash, carriage doors and narrow door, all
with brick segmental heads; cast iron guttering with lion masks. The upper floor of
the coach-house, originally loft, now used as a meeting-room. To the rear, there is
a small 2-storey gable-ended service wing to left; the coach house is also entered
from the inner yard, and has the remains of a stone newel stair, as well as a
straight stair at the inner side for access to the upper floor.
Interior Not inspected.
Listing NGR: SX1034459811
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