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The Ship Inn

A Grade II Listed Building in Marske-by-the-Sea, Redcar and Cleveland

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Latitude: 54.5943 / 54°35'39"N

Longitude: -1.0194 / 1°1'9"W

OS Eastings: 463456

OS Northings: 522563

OS Grid: NZ634225

Mapcode National: GBR PHB9.3V

Mapcode Global: WHF81.9STB

Plus Code: 9C6WHXVJ+P6

Entry Name: The Ship Inn

Listing Date: 2 September 1998

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1387512

English Heritage Legacy ID: 475477

Location: Saltburn, Marske and New Marske, Redcar and Cleveland, TS11

County: Redcar and Cleveland

Civil Parish: Saltburn, Marske and New Marske

Built-Up Area: Marske-by-the-Sea

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Marske-in-Cleveland St Mark

Church of England Diocese: York

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802-1/3/70 (East side)
02/09/98 The Ship Inn


Hotel now public house. 1932-3, altered late C20. Red brick
with ashlar dressings and mock timber-framing; roof hipped
with plane tiles; 4 brick chimneys. Iron guttering supported
on ornate iron brackets. Chamfered stone plinth.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys plus attics. 6-window range, central
projecting 3-storey brick bay with jettied timber-framed
Projecting ashlar porch under hipped roof, with segmented arch
doorway and double doors. Above a 2 storey canted bay window
with embossed lead panels between, on the central one is
painted a galleon in full sail.
Brick ground floor has 3 cross mullion windows, the centre
single light flanked by 3-light windows, all in ashlar
surrounds with key blocks and hoodmoulds. To right 2 similar
ashlar surrounds, beyond to right small single storey wing
with 2 single light windows.
Upper floor timber-framed with two 3-light casements to right
and a single light flanked by 3-light casements to left. Above
a 3-light flat headed dormer window to either side with
segmental hood.
At rear, garden front has irregular fenestration with 3-
storey central brick projection topped with jettied,
timber-framed gable. Central doorway with side lights and
above a 2-storey canted bay, stair window, with tile hung
To left, a 5-light bow window, then a window and beyond, a C20
door inserted in former window opening with original ashlar
surround intact; above a 3-light and two 2-light casements,
above again a 2-light flat headed, through eaves, corner
dormer windows.
To right, 2 windows, then a 2-light and a pair of single-light
windows in ashlar surrounds, with projecting brick archway
between supporting iron fire escape. Above a 2-light casement,
linked upwards to a 2-light flat headed through eaves, corner
dormer window with beyond, a balcony and doorway. Above a
3-light, flat headed, dormer window with segmental hood, the
left light containing a door.
INTERIOR: retains original plan and many original fittings
including bars, fire places, doors, panelling and wooden
dog-leg staircase. In 1993, main fire place in hallway removed

and new fireplace rebuilt in modified form using original
HISTORY: the timber for this building is reputed to have come
from HMS Collingwood and HMS Southampton.
A very complete example of an Inter-War, Roadhouse type public

Listing NGR: NZ6345622563

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