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The Parsonage Country House Hotel

A Grade II Listed Building in Escrick, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.8792 / 53°52'45"N

Longitude: -1.0458 / 1°2'44"W

OS Eastings: 462826

OS Northings: 442982

OS Grid: SE628429

Mapcode National: GBR PR4L.D4

Mapcode Global: WHFCH.XR5G

Entry Name: The Parsonage Country House Hotel

Listing Date: 10 April 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1148457

English Heritage Legacy ID: 326289

Location: Escrick, Selby, North Yorkshire, YO19

County: North Yorkshire

District: Selby

Civil Parish: Escrick

Built-Up Area: Escrick

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Escrick St Helen

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 15/01/2018

SE 64 SW
2/33

ESCRICK
MAIN STREET
The Parsonage Country House Hotel

(Formerly listed as The Lodge Hotel, YORK ROAD (west side))

II
Vicarage now hotel 'HLS 1828' on fall pipes and '1828' on rear stack, with probable structural alterations and reroofing by F.C Penrose c1852. Pinkish-red and gault brick with ashlar dressings and Welsh slate roof. Jacobethan.

Two storeys with attics to gables, six bays, with single storey, single bay to right. The third (entrance) bay and fifth and sixth bays project slightly and are gabled with attics; the second and fourth bays are gabled. Plinth has moulded ashlar coping. Ashlar quoins to ground floor of entrance bay. Three steps to five-long-panelled door with Gothic tracery within moulded Tudor-arched surround. Mainly single light windows and two, three and four-light mullion windows within quoined ashlar surrounds, those to ground floor mainly under hoodmoulds, some also beneath gauged brick Tudor relieving arches. Some windows to first floor have decorative ashlar panels beneath. Oriel window above entrance. First floor ashlar band. Decorative weatherboard to gables. Ridge and rear stacks in groups of three, four and six are diagonal and columnar with crenellated caps Garden facade has two single-storey canted bays with 6-light mullion and transom windows.

Interior: entrance hall has two-bay, double-chamfered, Tudor-arched arcade and similar arch leading to service end; wrought-iron Jacobethan open-well staircase, panelled ceilings. Sitting-room has two Tudor-arched recesses. Dining room has swags with fruit to frieze. Shutters to most windows. Mainly four and six-long-fielded-panel doors within panelled architraves. Shutters to most windows.

Plans and drawings in the house dated 1852 show that F.C Penrose was called in to make structural alterations and dated 1887 to produce outbuildings.

Listing NGR: SE6282642982

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