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GEORGE HOTEL

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The front elevation is of mid 18th century date, though the stone plinth is probably earlier. The building is of three-storeys and is built of ashlar with a moulded stone cornice and panelled parapet. In the centre of the parapet is a cartouche with the arms of the Earl of Exeter. The central round-headed arch has a triple keystone above a modern door. The 19th century wooden sign extends across the road. There are the remains of 17th century buildings to the north and rear of the hotel, the court to the rear is of mid 18th century date. The building stands on the site of one originally belonging to the Knights Hospitallers and is a large and rambling mixture of many dates.

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