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Castle Hotel

A Grade II Listed Building in Ancoats and Clayton, Manchester

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Latitude: 53.4837 / 53°29'1"N

Longitude: -2.2338 / 2°14'1"W

OS Eastings: 384580

OS Northings: 398576

OS Grid: SJ845985

Mapcode National: GBR DLG.Z6

Mapcode Global: WHB9G.NPGQ

Plus Code: 9C5VFQM8+FF

Entry Name: Castle Hotel

Listing Date: 20 June 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1246280

English Heritage Legacy ID: 454830

Location: Piccadilly, Manchester, M4

County: Manchester

Electoral Ward/Division: Ancoats and Clayton

Built-Up Area: Manchester

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater Manchester

Church of England Parish: Manchester Cathedral

Church of England Diocese: Manchester

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698-1/17/261 (North West side)
20/06/88 No.66
Castle Hotel


Public house. Early to mid C19 with c.1900 alterations. Stucco
and glazed terracotta (roof not visible). Narrow rectangular
plan at right-angles to street. Three low storeys, 3 windows,
symmetrical; ground floor of brown glazed terracotta, with
pilasters to large central window and flanking doorways, deep
fascia with raised white lettering "CASTLE HOTEL" and
elaborate consoles to moulded cornice; 3 sashed windows
without glazing bars at 1st floor and 2 similar windows at 2nd
floor linked by sill-band, all these with moulded architraves;
modillioned eaves cornice. Interior (reported 20.06.88):
retains unusual multicoloured glazed faience curved bar front.

Listing NGR: SJ8458098576

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