The Pagefield Hotel
168 Gidlow Lane, Wigan
Part of Group: No
At Risk: Yes
Historic England Ref: 245 (Link)
Rebuilt on the site of the old building by Magee Marshall in 1902, at a cost of £10,000.
Architect: Heaton, Ralph and Heaton.
Impressive red brick three-storey former hotel in Free Renaissance style with two turrets built in 1902. There is a grand stone exterior porch with two columns holding up a balustraded balcony with 'Pagefield Hotel' in stone. The passage into the pub has 4 tall tiled panels of elegant ladies and a scallop shaped ceramic above. On the other side of the pub are more tiled walls, tiled panels, lots of etched windows including 'Smoke Room', 'Bar', 'News Room', and 'Club Room'. Lots of good leaded lights including 'MM & Co. Ltd'. There is some original fixed seating and the odd bell-push.
2021 - Currently unoccupied and showing signs of deterioration.