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Trout Hotel, Cockermouth

The Trout Hotel is located on Crown Street in Cockermouth. The hotel has grown over time to include, what were previously 3 separate buildings. The low-long western section dates from the mid 18th century (possibly earlier); this had previously been known as Lakes Hotel; it was renamed the Trout Hotel sometime before 1974.[1] The taller, middle building (No. 4, Crown Street), was previously Kirkby House, dating from the early 19th century, and became part of the hotel in 1985. The eastern section, on the corner of Low Sand Lane, is No 2, Crown Street; previously Hartford House and dating from the late 18th Century. The three buildings of the Trout Hotel are each Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. The hotel was flooded in 2009 and has a plaque showing the water level on 19th of November of that year.[2]

Crown Street No. 4, Crown Street No. 2, Crown Street Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cockermouth
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Trout Hotel, Crown Street, Cockermouth

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Trout Hotel, Cockermouth

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Flood level marker on The Trout Hotel Cockermouth

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THE TROUT HOTEL - Cockermouth - List Entry
- "Mid C18. Roughcast, slate roof, 2 storeys, projecting stone quoins with V joints and moulded stone cornice. Long and low proportions. Doorway has Ionic columns with moulded entablature. 10 sash …

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List number: 1144736
List grade: 2
Post code: CA13 0EJ
Unitary Auth: Cumberland
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY1181030676


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