The George Hogg, originally known as the George Inn has been a Public House since it was built in the late 1700s / early 1800s but also has later additions.

It is recognised as a building of historical interest and has a grade 2 listing.

The original part of the building is constructed from squared limestone with red brick dressings and stacks, it has a central entrance hall, 2 storeys with three bays, the later addition gave it a further 2 bays.

It has a rendered plinth to the late 19th century 2 leaf front door which is surrounded by a pillaster doorcase with plain embellature and hood and flanked by a pair of 16 pane sashes in flush wood architraves with painted brick arches and stucco sills.

The first floor has one original 16 pane sash window and two later four pane sashes with a narrower window over the entrance.

In the later section to the left there is a further 16 pane sash, a blocked up window and two inserted casements to the ground floor. Over this there are two similar 16 pane sashes, a plain eaves board and brick edged stone coped gables.