Denny incorporates the well-preserved remains of a 12th-century Benedictine Abbey, still featuring Norman interiors. Over the centuries the abbey has also been home to the Knights Templar and Franciscan nuns and was later transformed into a farmhouse. This attraction now combines with the adjacent Farmland Museum.
At the height of its influence in the Middle Ages, Ramsey Abbey was one of the most powerful and wealthy monasteries in England. The superbly carved 15th-century abbey gatehouse is the most visible reminder of this bygone wealth. The gatehouse stands at one end of a wide green, giving access to Ramsey Abbey School, which now occupies the abbey site. The exterior of the gatehouse is wonderfully carved, with oriel windows and detailed decoration. Abbey School, School View Ramsey,
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Ramped entrance to this timber barn recently renovated to a high standard. Tastefully decorated sitting room with dining area. Well equipped kitchen. Double bedroom with ensuite shower room/WC with double … Sleeps 6
Conveniently located within the hustle and bustle of the thriving town of Wisbech The Rose and Crown Hotel re-opened under new management and after extensive refurbishment in June 2012. The hotel proudly takes centre stage as the jewel in the crown of Market Square and has close links to … more >>
Set in 20 acres of parkland in the conservation village of Orton Longueville, only 2.5 miles from Peterborough centre and 2 miles from the East of England showground. Previously the estate of the Marquesses of Huntly this 17th Century house has been renovated to provide a spacious, comfortable hotel. Our … more >>