Charterhouse is all that remains of a 14th-century Carthusian monastery established in 1385. Richard III laid the foundation stone for the monastery, which was converted into a private dwelling after the Dissolution of the Monasteries. The priory and refectory remain, encircled by a medieval boundary wall. London Road,
England, CV1 2JB
St Mary's Priory was founded in the mid-11th century on the site of an 8th-century nunnery. From 1102 the priory church also served as a cathedral, until the priory was suppressed by Henry VIII. Remains of the priory have been excavated and can be viewed from a raised pedestrian walkway over the site. 6 Priory Row,
England, CV1 5EX
Just outside Coventry's busy inner ring road stands the remains of a 14th-century Carmelite friary. After the friary was suppressed by Henry VIII the site was adapted as a Tudor manor house. Elizabeth I stayed at Whitefriars in 1565 and addressed the people of Coventry from an oriel window on the first floor. Gulson Road,
Attraction Type: Abbey - Tudor House Heritage Rating:?
This beautiful former blacksmith's forge is deally located in the grounds of the owner's home on the outskirts of the traditional village of Barston in quintessential English countryside, and can … Sleeps 3
12th Century New Hall is the oldest inhabited moated manor house in England. A magical and enchanting jewel, offering the best of traditional, aristocratic living with a sparkling, modern twist. The people who look after you behave like old friends, always genuinely pleased to see you. You check in, seated … more >>