Listed Building

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DIRLETON VILLAGE, MANSE ROAD, CASTLE INNLB1339

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
07/12/1988
Local Authority
East Lothian
Planning Authority
East Lothian
Parish
Dirleton
NGR
NT 51393 83914
Coordinates
351393, 683914

Description

Mid 19th century, 2-storey inn, raised from single-storey

1898, with single storey additions and outbuildings.

Harled rubble with painted ashlar margins.

E ELEVATION: irregular 6 bays. Advanced gabled porches to

penultimate bays with raised gablet skews and shaped

skewputts. Chamfered arrises to door and narrow slits

above. Small side windows. Simple windows to outer bays

with additional window to right of right porch at

ground. Gablet dormerheads above 5 1st floor windows,

detailed as porches. Additions to left angle.

N ELEVATION: former stable off centre to left with hayloft

opening and gablet dormerhead above. Advanced rubble gable

at right. Harled piend roofed extension to right.

Variety of glazing patterns to sash and case windows, 4-pane

glazing to E elevation. Plain raised skews to main

N and S gables. Paired diamond stacks to gable heads

with triplet to ridge. Grey slates.

Statement of Special Interest

Erroneous legend of William Burn's design arose from

unexecuted plans by Burn for Inn at Dirleton, 1832. His plans

at RIBA, London bear no relation to present building.

References

Bibliography

1898 plan, Castle Inn.

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