Post Medieval Inn, Binley

Description of this historic site

An inn, a public house where travellers could stay over night. The inn dates back to the Post Medieval period. It is situated on Rugby Road, Binley.

Notes about this historic site

1 Formerly known as Binley Common House, the Inn dates to the late 17th century. It is built of brick and has two storeys, an attic, moulded first floor string, bonded stone quoins, hipped old tile roof, flanking gabled chimneys. The north front has four dormer windows, 2-light leaded casements, cornice heads and hipped old tile roofs. There are four bays on the lower floors, 4-light stone mullioned and transomed windows with early 19th century flush and a four panelled door in plain stone surround with dentil cornice.
2 The building was fully renovated in 1979 – new windows, roof and with a single storey modern wing to the left. Opened the following year as a hotel and restaurant. Staircase, carved, original.

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