Prior's Lodge, Mount Grace Priory, Yorkshire

Located in the grounds of Mount Grace Priory
Sleeps 4 + cot
Prices from £320
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Picturesquely set beneath a wooded slope of the Cleveland Hills, this single storey cottage is built across three buildings overlooking the ecclesiastical runis.

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living room

Living room

Living room
sitting dining room

Sitting/dining room

Sitting/dining room
kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen
main bedroom with double bed

Main bedroom

Main bedroom
Second bedroom with twin single beds

Twin bedroom

Twin bedroom
bathroom

Bathroom

Bathroom

Explore the ruins of the priory at your leisure, the last monastery to be built in Yorkshire before the Reformation and regarded as the best preserved and most accessible of the 10 Carthusian monasteries in England. The Manor House, was built from the ruins of the monks' guest house and was extended at the turn of the 20th century it is a showcase for the craftsmanship of the Arts and Craft movement with William Morris wallpaper and its furniture from this period. To the front of the property the terrace and its gardens are beautifully preserved and attract a huge variety of wildlife.

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Testimonials

I stayed for 4 nights in August with two small children and had a fantastic time. The cottage is probably the best equipped and most comfortable one I have stayed in - the welcome basket was particularly good - wine, cheese, butter, bread, jam, eggs. The cottage is very comfortable and the mixture of modern bathrooms, kitchen etc works well with the character of the building still retained. The on-site staff were just lovely and very good with my girls and the housekeeper was equally brilliant. Of course the best thing is that, come 6pm, the ruins are yours and we spent happy hours running around them. This is one of my favourite EH properties because it is in such a secluded setting and enough remains for you to be able to imagine the Priory in its heyday.
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