Thurland Hall, Nottingham

Thurland Hall is a Grade II listed pub in Nottingham city centre. The architect was G.S. Doughty and the building dates from around 1898-1900. The name Thurland Hall comes from the name of the house of the Earls of Clare which had stood nearby.

Rather than the name of those earls, Thomas Thurland was the builder of the hall, a merchant and several times mayor of Nottingham. The building continues as a very nice pub today.

You can find some more photos here.

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