Plaque

George Inn - National Trust

Inscription

The George Inn. It is known that the George Inn existed in the late 16th century although the present building dates from 1677. Both Shakespeare and Dickens knew the hospitality of the inn which has continued right up to the present day. The inn is now owned by The National Trust.
The National Trust 

This plaque is on the left hand side of the courtyard.

Site: George Inn (3 memorials)

SE1, Borough High Street, 77, George Inn Yard

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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George Inn

This George Inn existed in the late 16th century though originally known as T...

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Charles Dickens

Born, son of Elizabeth and John Dickens, at No.1 Mile End Terrace, Landport, ...

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William Shakespeare

Born and died in Stratford-upon-Avon. His birth date is usually given as the ...

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George Inn - gate

George Inn - gate

Records of this coaching inn date back to 1542 although the current building ...

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George Inn - Historic Southwark

George Inn - Historic Southwark

In the courtyard at the rear of this building is The George - London's only g...

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