Cedar Tree Hotel, Brereton

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Date:1950 - 1967 (c.)

Description:The Cedar Tree Hotel in Brereton has long been a local landmark with its distinctive Cedar of Lebanon tree. The Grade II listed Regency style building dates from the early 19th century. Originally a private house known as Cedar Lodge, it was a guesthouse and restaurant from from the 1930s to the late 1960s. It was extensively enlarged in 1968-69 becoming a hotel with banqueting suite. During World War 2 it provided accommodation for officers from RAF Hednesford. Its future is currently in doubt (2019).

Postcard published by A.W.Bourne of Babingley Drive, Leicester.

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Source: Mr Jake Whitehouse

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