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Woolpack Hotel

Woolpack Hotel courtyard

Picture source: Hania Franek


The Woolpack Hotel was situated on the Market Place. This late 18th century building is grade-II listed.  A former inn, the Woolpack finally closed in 1987.  It has since been converted for residential and retail use.

Listed building details:
Hotel. Late C18 and early C19. Painted brick with plain-tile and slate roofs, hipped to right. Brick ridge and end stacks: 2 flues partly truncated. 2 ranges face Market Place, both of 3 storeys. Left range, late C18, is a 5 - window range of 12 - pane sashes with 9 - pane to second floor. Central 1st Floor window is a C20 tripartite sash and that below a C20 bow infilling a former carriage arch. Bracketed eaves cornice. 3 - window range to right of similar sashes with central canted oriel to 1st floor. Doorway to left has Tuscan columns and piers in antis supporting a plain frieze. Further
entrance on right corner has glazed door and two C20 windows. Further sashes to right side facing Market Street and 2 - storey ranges to right of this. Wings to rear. Interior not inspected.

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Woolpack Hotel courtyard

Picture source: Hania Franek

Woolpack Hotel courtyard

Picture source: Hania Franek