Building record MCC3352 - Red Lion Hotel, High Street, Colchester


Complex of timber-framed buildings, dating from the early 16th century (c.1520), fronting the south side of the High Street, (probably) built by one of the important members of the Howard family.


Grid reference Centred TL 9967 2519 (22m by 38m)
Map sheet TL92NE
County ESSEX


Type and Period (2)

Full Description

Early 16th century timber-framed building.<1><2><3>
A detailed survey was made of the building complex in 1987.<3>

Sources/Archives (5)

  • --- Article in serial: Stenning, D.F.. 1994. The Red Lion Hotel, Colchester. Essex Archaeology and History. Transactions of the Essex Society Vol. 25, 1994, pp.134-159.
  • --- Photograph: McCann, J. 1988-1990. Red Lion Hotel. BW print.
  • --- Photograph: Stenning, D and ?. 1988-2000. Red Lion Hotel, Colchester. prints.
  • <1> Photograph: unknown. 1970-1993 c.. ECC Historic Buildings Photo Print Archive. 1 frame, .
  • <2> Photograph: Ross, J. unknown. red lion negs. black and white negative.

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Oct 20 2016 1:35PM

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