EYO8043 - Mount Royale Hotel
|Location||Mount Royale Hotel, York|
|Grid reference||Centred SE 5942 5097 (84m by 95m)|
|Unitary Authority||City of York, North Yorkshire|
The DBA was undertaken in August and September 2022. The assessment establishes the known cultural heritage resource within and around the Site to inform proposed redevelopment at the site. The Mount Royale Hotel is a Grade II listed building, of medium heritage interest/value. The findspot of a Bronze Age socketed axe is the only evidence of prehistoric activity in the Site’s immediate vicinity. The main archaeological potential for the site is for Roman funerary remains and features associated with the post-medieval Civil War sconce. The potential for the presence of such remains is considered to be moderate, rising to high in areas that have had minimal previous ground disturbance.
- --- SYO2945 Unpublished document: York Archaeology. 2022. Mount Royale Hotel.
Related Monuments/Buildings (1)
- MYO746 117-119 The Mount (Mount Royale) (Building)
Record last edited
Mar 14 2023 8:04PM