Links to: The Main House, The Great Tower

Home to the Claretian Missionaries, the Inner Gatehouse also contains four self-catering apartments, each with its own character and style.

The unique Gatehouse, built in 1480, is one of the earliest surviving brick-built buildings in the East of England. It has been restored and transformed from a near ruin to beautiful well-appointed short-stay accommodation. Four fully furnished, self-contained, self-catering apartments are available, which can accommodate between 2 and 4 persons each.

 


St Michael’s Bedroom 1Bed/sitting room with double bed, sitting area and TV

Bedroom 2Bedroom with twin beds Other facilities Kitchen/dining area, shower with toilet
St DavidsBedroom 1Bed/sitting room with twin beds, sitting area and TV Other facilities Cooking area with microwave cooker, bath/shower with toilet
All SaintsBedroom 1Bed/sitting room with 1 double bed and 1 single bed, sitting area and TV Other facilities Cooking area with microwave cooker, bath/shower with toilet
St JudesBedroom 1Bed/sitting room with twin beds, sitting area and TV Other facilities Cooking area with microwave cooker, bath/shower with toilet