© Mr Brian Jenkins LRPS
HARDWICKE ARMS HOTEL, 98 ERMINE WAY (east side)
ARRINGTON, SOUTH CAMBRIDGESHIRE, CAMBRIDGESHIRE
Mr Brian Jenkins LRPS
16 May 2000
12 December 1985
Date of last amendment:
12 December 1985
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ARRINGTON ERMINE WAY
TL 3250 (East side)
Hardwicke Arms Hotel
12.12.85 ( No. 98)
Hotel. Two principal building periods in C18. Some work was done by Sir John
Soane between 1791-4. Red brick and some burnt brick, Flemish bond. Timber
framing, plaster rendered to part of rear wall. Plain tiled roof hipped to
south end and plaster coved eaves. Internal stack, off the ridge. Two
storeys and attic. Three hipped dormers. Five first floor twelve pane C19
hung sashes with glazing bars under C18 clear red gauged brick flat arches.
Three brick band between storeys. Similar arches to three ground floor hung
sashes and doorway. The hotel was extended later in the century on the north.
Red brick and plain tiled roof. Two storeys and attic. One gable dormer.
Three window range of twelve pane hung sashes with clear, red brick flat
arches and surrounds. Other domestic extension and out buildings of late C18
and early C19 were made in the north end. Red and gault brick with plain
tiled roofs. Interior: Modernised but retaining a staircase similar to those
at Nos 113, 115 Ermine Way with newel post with moulded top and cross brace
RCHM: West Cambs mon (10)