Cross Keys Inn is a grade two (II) listed building in Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, SN4. It was first listed in 1955.
About Cross Keys Inn
SU 08 SE WOOTTON BASSETT HIGH STREET (south east side)
11/147 No 136 (Cross Keys Inn) 17.1.55
Hostelry, now public house and dwelling. 1742 on datestone, but possibly earlier. Brick, stone slate roof. Left gable stack and stone stack to rear right. 2 storey, 3 structural bays, with central carriage entrance and flanking public rooms. Entrance from carriageway. Part stone wing of 2 bays to left, extended C19 as forge. Elevation 5 bays, dark brick with finer red brick dressings to openings. Plat band and short aprons. 3-centred arch to carriageway with fielded and panelled doors. Gauged brick arches to windows, all with projecting keystones. Ground floor C19 4-pane sashes, and to right, C19 canted bay. One window altered. First floor 16-pane sashes. Brick dentilled eaves. Internally chamfered spine beams with checked swept stops. Site of C17 token issuer, John Knighton, Mercer.
Where is Cross Keys Inn?
Cross Keys Inn is located on 136, High Street, in Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, SN4.
|Grid Reference||SU 06768 82573|
|Easting, Northing||406768, 182573.36084|
|Latitude, Longitude||51.542019, -1.903803|
|Grade listing||II (two)|
|English Heritage List Entry Number||1022705|