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Golden Lion




The Golden Lion was situated on the Market Place. A grade-II listed pub.
Source: D Mark Thompson

Listed building details:
Former Golden Lion Inn, now teashop and cottage. Dated 1682, with C18 alterations. Rendered, Welsh slate roof. 2 storeys, 3 first-floor windows. Ground floor: C19 segmental bow-window; 6-panel leaved door; C19 segmental bow-window with sashes with glazing bars; part-glazed door in ashlar surround on plinths, with straight tooling, moulded arris, imposts and slightly-curved inner corners to lintel; doorway to rear yard. First floor: windows in plain ashlar surrounds, two 16-pane sashes, one side-
sliding sash, also plaque: 'K 1682'. Brick stack between windows one and 2 perhaps indicating lobby-entry plan.

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