Ridler's Hotel

Status: Closed and demolished
Address: 133 Holborn, EC1N (streetmap) (osm) (gmap) (bingmap) (streetview)
London borough: Camden
Former name(s): Bell and Crown
Former address: [also listed as 133 Holborn Hill]
Historical parish: St Andrew Holborn
Dates open: [1789]-[1896]
Notes: The hotel is marked on the north side of Furnival's Inn courtyard on the 1875 Ordnance Survey map. It is listed separately in the 1841 Post Office directory as both the "Bell and Crown Tavern and Hotel" and the "Bell and Crown Tap".
Sources: Open date: Archives
OS 1875/1896
PO 1841 (as "Bell & Crown Tavern & Hotel" and "Bell & Crown Tap")/1856/1869/1882/1895 (all as "Ridler's Hotel")
References: MS 11936/361/559040 (as "Bell and Crown")
MS 11936/370/573155 (as "Bell and Crown")
MS 11936/376/583900 (as "Bell and Crown")
MS 11936/447/828743 (as "Bell and Crown Tap")
MS 11936/542/1196432 (as "Bell and Crown Tapp")
MS 11936/557/1254285 (as "Bell and Crown Tap")
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