Queen's Hotel

Status: Closed and demolished
Address: St Martins le Grand, EC1A (streetmap) (osm) (gmap) (bingmap) (streetview)
London borough: City of London
Former name(s): Bull and Mouth
Former address: [or St Martins-le-Grand]
Historical parish: St Anne and St Agnes
Dates open: [1811]-c1888
demolished 1888
Notes: Renamed as the "Queen's Hotel" in 1831, though the old name appears to have been used interchangeably. The 1875 Ordnance Survey map marks the "Site of Bull and Mouth Inn" as being to the west along Bull and Mouth Street (which no longer exists), halfway between St Martins le Grand and King Edward Street. Not to be confused with the "Queen's Arms Tavern" at 28 St Martins le Grand (see separate entry).
Sources: Dates/Demolished/Renaming: Pubs History
OS 1875 (as "Queen's Hotel")
PO 1841 (as "Bull & Mouth Hotel & coach office")/1869/1882 (all as "Queen's Hotel")
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