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Grosvenor Hotel
County: Cheshire West And Chester
District: CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER
Parish: CHESTER
Monument Number: ( SJ 46 NW 155 )
POST MEDIEVAL   HOTEL   1863 - 1888
The Grosvenor Hotel of 1863-6 was designed by T M Penson and completed by his son R K Penson and Ritchie for the second Marquis of Westminster. It is constructed from stone-dressed brown Flemish bond brick and timber framing with plaster panels and a steep grey slate roof. The building is of four storeys in seven window bays plus basment and attics, heavily expressed in a quasi Vernacular Revival manner.

Sources
List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest
Chester, 06-AUG-1998
The Rows of Chester: the Chester Rows Research ProjectEdited by Andrew Brown