Proposal to reconfigure the front and rear of Dobbins Inn Hotel. Through discovery work carried out under LA02/2017/1061/LBC it has been established that the no. 8 building of Dobbins Inn Hotel retains evidence that it was a 15th to 16th century tower house. The front elevation of no. 8 has been designed to reflect this unique character. To achieve this the proposal includes the application of Lime Harl Render No. 8 façade along with crenellations on a new parapet and hardwood half rounded windows fitted within the existing window voids. No. 6 will have new hardwood sliding sash windows fitted and smooth lime render will be applied. The roofs will be Welsh natural stone slate. The rear elevations will also be refurbished.
To find out more details on this Hotel & Guesthouse Development in Mid & East Antrim Granted permission on 2019-02-20 take the free trial here.