In a peaceful location beside the River Ver stands a Tudor mansion built atop the remains of a 12th-century Benedictine nunnery. The nunnery was established in 1140 by Geoffrey the Gorham, the 16th Abbot of St Albans, as a religious house for 13 women. After the nunnery was suppressed by Henry VIII a grand Tudor mansion was built on the monastic ruins. Cottonmill Lane, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England
The Old Bull Inn is full of history and character and is located in the busy market town of Royston. Just 12 miles outside the Historic University City of Cambridge, only 8 miles from Europes Premier Aviation Museum at Duxford, Royston has direct rail links to both Cambridge and London.