Thurland Hall public house

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Thurland Hall
The Thurland Hall Public House, Nottingham.jpg
Thurland Hall
Thurland Hall public house is located in Nottinghamshire
Thurland Hall public house
Location within Nottinghamshire
General information
Location Pelham Street
Town or city Nottingham
Country England
Coordinates 52°57′14.22″N 1°8′46.76″W / 52.9539500°N 1.1463222°W / 52.9539500; -1.1463222Coordinates: 52°57′14.22″N 1°8′46.76″W / 52.9539500°N 1.1463222°W / 52.9539500; -1.1463222
Construction started 1898
Completed 1900
Client Ezekiel Levy and Henry Franks
Design and construction
Architect Gilbert Smith Doughty

The Thurland Hall is a Grade II listed[1] public house in Nottingham.


The Thurland Hall Vaults public house was built on Pelham Street in the 1830s. It was named after the house of the Earls of Clare which had formerly stood on this site.

When the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway built its extension through Nottingham, the pub was subject to compulsory purchase, and it was rebuilt between 1898 and 1900 for Ezekiel Levy and Henry Franks, licensed victuallers from London to the designs of local architect Gilbert Smith Doughty.

It was restored in the 1990s and again in 2011.[2]


  1. ^ Historic England, "Thurland Hall Public House (1255224)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 18 March 2017 
  2. ^ "City centre pub the Thurland Hall is to get a makeover". Nottingham Evening Post. England. 6 January 2011. Retrieved 18 March 2017.