Prior's Lodge, Mount Grace Priory, Yorkshire
Located in the grounds of Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens
Sleeps 4
Prices from £400
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Priors Lodge at Mount Grace Priory

Priors Lodge is a two-bedroom holiday cottage that sleeps five people (the twin bedded room can accommodate a guest bed). Located in the grounds of English Heritage’s Mount Grace Priory, Priors Lodge holiday cottage consists of three buildings on different levels linked with internal staircases. Attached to a wall of the medieval guesthouse, the cottage overlooks the spectacular ruins of the Carthusian monastery. Built in the mid-18th Century from stones taken from the ruins, the interiors are full of pale timbers, a cast iron fireplace and mullioned windows offering fabulous views of the ruins and the Vale of York. With exclusive access to the grounds outside of public access hours, guests can explore the ruins and the renovated Arts and Crafts gardens on their own terms. Included in your booking is a luxury hamper, as well as entry to all English Heritage sites and most events, 10% off in our shops and cafés during your stay. So make sure to plan days out at nearby Rievaulx Abbey and Helmsley Castle. To view the floorplan of this holiday cottage and to discover the full list of available facilities, view the layout and facilities.

Living Room

Living Room

Living Room
Living Room
Fully equipped kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen

Fully equipped kitchen
Fully equipped kitchen
Sitting/dining room

Sitting/dining room

Sitting/dining room
Sitting/dining room
Main bedroom

Main bedroom

Main bedroom
Main bedroom
Bathroom

Bathroom

Bathroom
Bathroom
Twin Bedroom

Twin Bedroom

Twin Bedroom
Twin Bedroom

Discover Mount Grace Priory

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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TESTIMONIAL

Delightful place and very welcoming.
K. Smith

January 2022

Beautiful property. Well equipped and very comfortable. Fabulous location. Perfect retreat. Staff on site very helpful and friendly.
D. Forrester

January 2022

Absolutely beautiful and well equipped, clean, comfortable cottage in an amazing setting.
J. Wilson

December 2021

Lovely well equipped and clean cottage, very comfortable. Fantastic location and really enjoyed run of the priory after hours.
S. Davies

April 2021

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