Descriptionhttp://list.historicengland.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1024920" >list.historicengland.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1024920 Public house. 1902 by J. Oswald and Sons. Faience ground floor; brick with ashlar dressings above; roof of plain tiles with copper dome. 4 storeys, one bay to Cloth Market x 3 to High Bridge on left return. 6-panelled door at right under triglyph frieze; similar door in left canted corner. Green and yellow ground floor has panelled and garlanded Ionic pilasters supporting entablature with leaf-bracketed frieze; original BEEHIVE HOTEL in low relief on fascia beneath prominent cornice. Upper floors have ovolo-moulded stone mullioned-and- transomed windows, with first-and second-floor cornices; sash window on third floor under wide eaves. Canted corner has blank first floor with wrought iron brackets holding renewed hanging sign; second-floor sash. Consoles to slightly- projecting top window. Pilastered angle turret has open arches under roundels and frieze; ogee dome has four very small lucarnes, with slender swept pyramid roofs, and tall spike finial.
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