|Date Listed||Thu 17th June, 2004|
|Category||Locally Listed Building|
|Address||Manor House Hotel Woodhouse Road Quorn LE12 8AL|
Hotel. Built 1899 as a Railway Hotel. Confusion of styles. Now a Public House & Restaurant. Severe red brick with stone & blue brick string courses. Clay tile pitched roof, with ?half hipped? gables. Oversailing eaves. Decorative terra cotta ridge. Pitched and ?half hipped? roofed dormers. 4 tall stacks with terra cotta pots. 3 storeys including attic. Elaborate Baroque Revival relief brick dressing to attic window on main gable. Rectangular and canted flat roofed bays to GF. Generally, principal window openings with brick hood moulds and stone lintols. Half round brick arch head to front entance. Stone mullions and transomes to 1st and GF window openings within adjoining gable. Originally, decorative acid etched glazing to windows serving public rooms, some panes remain. Generally, part casement part vertical sliding sash fenestration. Adjoining single storey outbuildings perhaps built as stables to serve Quorn Hunt visitors.
The description above describes the salient features of the building as it was at the date of listing. It is given in order to aid identification; it is not intended to be either comprehensive or exclusive.