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GEORGE HOTEL

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  THE HERMITAGE
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Number 68 was built in the late 17th-early 18th century. It is of two-storeys and attics and is built of course rubble with a stone slate roof. It has two windows in 19th century restored stone surrounds with mullions. Number 69 is similar but is more restored and has a two-storey 20th century stone bow window. Both house are now part of the George Hotel.

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