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I live in Coventry and only discovered this hidden historic building on a special open day ( it is still closed at the moment) The guided tour with Mark was excellent, we learned a lot about the history of the building. The walled gardens and...More
Off the beaten track by about 1 mile and a half. Outside the city centre and you would have to.really know the city to.know how to get here.
Not well.advertised within the city.
Lovely old place once your there.
came here many years ago....many many years. i think i attended the building for a course or seminar. it's changed a lot since then. there has been a lot of work done. it's nice. not a must see attraction but for the Coventry people, it's...More
Recently taken over by a trust after many years of neglect .Some restoration has already been done and much more is planned when a Heritage grant is received.The medieval wall paintings are unique and well worth a visit .Only open on a few public viewing...More
For years I have utilised the Charterhouse fields in a number of ways. When living nearby I would always have the Charterhouse fields as part of my runs. When coming from the back I really enjoyed the path that takes you through the old wall....More
The old priory is in good condition unlike the city's Greyfriars monastery which exists only in a park name now. Hidden almost under the ring road at the top of Gulson Road worth taking time out to visit
I visited Charterhouse Priory for the 2nd time last Sunday and was even more bowled over by the preservation work being carried out and by our guide, James a Resident Guardian who was so informative and enthusiastic in his delivery it made my friends introduction...More