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Fish Inn

Picture source: Hania Franek

The Fish Inn was situated on Fish Hill. Originally built as a summerhouse, the premises became a pub and are now in residential use. The building is grade-II listed.

Listed building details:
Summer house, later public house and house. Said to be 1771, with late C19 additions. Limestone ashlar with roof of tile and stone slate. Earliest part of square plan with pyramid roof, a frieze with rubble metopes, and a moulded cornice. Two storeys. North-west wall has stone steps rising in two flights to a rusticated Venetian window which has a doorway within the middle opening and engaged balusters below the outer lights. Below is a ground floor doorway. At the apex of the roof is a square stone sundial.
At the rear is a C19 extension. Its south-west wall has two windows of two lights with plain reveals and flat-faced mullions. At the left is a doorway with window over. Built as a summer house on Sir John Cotterell's estate.

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