Like the Bay Tree Hotel two centuries later, the 18th-century Lamb Inn comprises an accumulation of several properties.
This small early 14th-century house, though heavily remodelled, may be Burford's earliest surviving domestic building, and is documented from the 1
This notable late-medieval house is comparable to some broadly contemporary examples on High Street.
Until unified as a single shop in the 20th century, these properties were quite distinct.
Like No. 12 (Bull Cottage), No. 14 is documented from the 1390s.
Though apparently rebuilt in the early 19th century, with a smooth ashlar façade and contemporary features, this tall 3-storeyed house shows signs
The facade of No. 17 is early-to-mid 19th-century, similar to that of No. 23 to its left.
Like many buildings on this side of Witney Street, these three houses on the far side of Guildenford began as 17th-century cottages. At No.
As so often in Burford, the house's 18th-century façade conceals an earlier building.
Constructed for the County of Gloucester Bank Ltd in 1878, possibly to designs by James Medland of Gloucester, this commercial building displays a