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The large complex is situated in the tranquil countryside of Normandy. The shrine is an internationally known sanctuary.
A beautiful stone building, the maison is situated in the center of Chartres, a few steps from the famous cathedral.
The prieuré is inhabited by a small community of sisters who actively organise spiritual retreats and sessions of study on religious subjects.
A very active monastery in Argentan, a small town of the Norman countryside, it was originally founded in the 6th century in Almenesches, a mile from Argentan.
Nestled in its own park, the house is a ten-minute walk from the centre of Le Mans. A former 19th century monastery, it was converted into a guest house in 1981
Located in a peaceful setting, the rooms are comfortable and close to public transport.
Built in 1968 the guest house is quartered on the left bank in a peaceful section of Paris and surrounded by its own garden.
The Centre du Dialogue is the local house of the community of Pallottin Fathers, situated in a beautiful position amidst a verdant forest.
The monastery is quartered in a wonderful spot far from the noise of the city. The carmél is actually an ancient farm.
The abbey occupies a peaceful setting in the Norman countryside and is encircled by its own parkland.
The monastery is situated in Bayeux but enjoys the tranquility of the park that engulfs it. An large ancient tree stands in the centre of the monastery.
The Centre Pastoral is a guest house annexed to the Sanctuary of Pontmain and is property of the Sanctuaire Diocesain de Pontmain.
Built in 1925, the maison was used as a school for a number of years until it was converted into a guest house. It offers hospitality to individuals and groups.
The heart of the complex of the shrine of Notre-Dame de Miséricorde is the chapel built in the bedroom where, in 1876, Mary appeared to Estelle Faguette.
Château des Forges is very close to the centre of Gouville-sur-Mer and the sea. Set in its own verdant park the château faces the Anglo-Norman Channel Islands.
The centre is the birthplace of Sophie Barat, founder of the Order of Sacré-Cœur Sisters who was born here in 1779.
The small town of Valognes is home to the abbey, an ancient structure enhanced by the beauty of its own park. From nearly every window are views of the scenery.
Dominating the pond of Beaufort, the monastery occupies a picturesque site ensconced in a verdant woodland.
This recently built monastery is lodged in a peaceful forest. It is less than a mile from the sleepy village of Bonneuil-Matours.
Sheltered within its own flower-filled park, the guest house lies in a peaceful residential area close to the shores of the river Rance.
The area where the monastery is located is known as the Emerald Coast, named after the sparkling green colour of the sea.
Surrounded by its own private park, the ancient seminary of Arras is in a peaceful quarter of the city. Built in 1698 by a community of Trinitarian friars
Nestled within its own spacious park, the maison is a private boarding school in an idyllic countryside setting near the river Seine.
The complex is an ancient abbey lodged in a pretty wooded valley formed by the river Boivre in the département of Poitou-Charentes.
The beautiful Basiliquecrowns the top of the hill of Vézelay and can be seen from miles away. it has become a resplendent church of truly imposing dimensions.
The abbey sits atop one of the hills in the region and features views of the surroundings. An idyllic setting, it is surrounded by spacious lawns and trees.
Overlooking the sea from a hill, St. Cecilia’s Abbey is an oasis of peace and tranquillity.
Saint Cuthman’s Retreat House is ensconced in the midst of its own twenty-acre park, in a tiny village south of London and north of Brighton.
Park Place is a Grade II listed Georgian building only a five-minute walk from Wickham.
Enveloped by an engaging countryside of rolling hills and orchards, Malling Abbey lies on the outskirts of West Malling, a historic market town of Kent.
Aylesford Priory, traditionally known as “The Friars” is a popular pilgrimage site founded in 1242 by the first group of Carmelite Friars arriving from the Holy
The spiritual centre is an ancient abbey quartered in the middle of St- Gildas-de-Rhuys on the Golfe du Morbihan and the wild coast of Brittany.
The Abbey lies just outside the small, attractive village of Minster-in-Thanet, ancient capital of the Isle of Thanet. The earliest foundation dates to 670
Consisting of the abbey church, the monastery and guesthouse, the large complex is located on the top of a cliff overlooking Pegwell Bay on the Isle of Thanet.
This former Augustinian convent is quartered in the centre of Tréguier, less than two miles from the ocean. It was built in the 17th century.
The center is on the outskirts of Bromley, about 1 hour from London. Surrounded by an extensive greenscape.
The complex has been converted into a guesthouse with 23 beds. The Abbey church is an imposing stone building, its interior dominated by heavy wooden beams.
Saint Columba’s House is on the outskirts of Woking. It was founded in 1968 by the Anglican Community of St. Peter.
The complex, encircled by secular trees, is isolated from the rest of the small village and presents a spectacular sight.
Situated in a verdant area of Lorraine, the sanctuary was built in the 17th century and is one of the oldest pilgrimage sites in Lorraine.
In the heart of central London, a chaplain and small community of nuns reside on the premises. More House, (after Sir Thomas More), possesses an ideal location.
Tyburn Convent is in the very heart of London, only 75 yards from Marble Arch. It is the motherhouse of a contemplative congregation founded in 1898 in Paris
Tucked away in its own spacious park the thousand-year old abbey is immersed in the countryside and vineyards of cognac country.
Composed of an abbey and monastery, the complex is in Ealing, West London. The beautifully restored structures were built in neo-Gothic style.
A former seminary converted into a guest house, the foyer is positioned in front of the Chapel of Apparitions in the centre of its own garden.
The maison was founded in 1930 to host the pilgrims of the Chapelle des Apparitions. The guest house is very close to the chapel and the basilica
The Guy Chester Centre is in Muswell Hill, a popular northern suburb of London, approximately forty minutes from the very heart of the capital city.
The house of the Bridgettine Sisters is a small, pretty Tudor timbered house situated in the proximity of Iver Heath and surrounded by a verdant woods.
Saint Mary at the Cross, known as Edgware Abbey, is a red brick complex about 40 minutes from the centre of London.
Douai Abbey is ensconced in the Berkshire countryside. It is embraced by its own well tended park and peaceful woodland and is the perfect venue for relaxing.
Possessing the best of both worlds, the monastery is secluded in its own parkland less than a mile from the centre of Morlaix.
Set in rural Dorset, more precisely on the north Vale and towards the Mendip Hills, the north facing slope of the Dorset Downs, is an Area of natural beauty.
The house is in a peaceful spot nestled in its own park in the small town of Corme-Ecluse. It offers hospitality for guests on holiday or for spiritual retreat.
Built in 1901, All Saints Pastoral Centre is on the west side of London Colney, a large village in the outskirts of London, south of St. Albans.
The nuns that inhabit the abbey were originally based in the town of St-Jean-d’Angely. They moved to the present abbey for its peacefulness and tranquillity.
Ivy House is the Retreat Centre of the Community of St. Denys Sisters founded by Reverend Canon Sir James Erasmus Phillips, Vicar of Warminster
The convent is surrounded by attractive rural lanes and a verdant landscape and offers a tranquil setting for a relaxing stay in the South West of England.
The shrine is an ancient pilgrimage site that offers a panorama over the woods and verdant hills of the Duroll and Forez valleys.
The shrine, one of the most ancient in the region, is less than a mile from the small town of Dole. Enclosed by its own park with a forest nearby.
The centre was once the seminary of the city. When it closed in 1969 it was converted into a guest house for groups, individuals and families.
Charney Manor is in Charney Basset, a small attractive village fourteen miles southwest of Oxford in the centre of the imaginary triangle formed by three towns.
The guest house is a beautiful stone structure flanked by two rounded towers. The rays of the sun stream through the large windows.
Ensconced in a lush countryside milieu, the Abbey is an important spiritual centre.
Occupying a wooded site near the Massif Central, the monastery is very close to the quaint village of Aubazine.
The Abbey House is a retreat house situated on the grounds of the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey Gatehouse, the first Sanctuary of Great Britain.
Clare Priory, established in 1248, is one of the oldest religious institutions in England. Set in rural Suffolk on picturesque grounds along the River Stour.
Emmaus House is a restful retreat and conference centre located in the heart of Clifton Village, one of the thirty-five council wards of the city of Bristol
Situated between Plymouth and Exeter in South Devon, the Abbey is on the River Dart and represents one of the most interesting English monasteries
In the town of Poligny, the monastery is primarily famous for having been founded by Ste-Colette de Corbie in 1415.
Turvey Priory is occupied by a group of Benedictine nuns of the Congregation of Monte Oliveto, Siena, Italy.
The monastery is in Turvey, a small welcoming village of Bedfordshire between Bedford and Milton Keynes.
La Providence is a guest house open to all for holidays, pilgrimages and spiritual retreats. It was once an orphanage founded by St-Curé.
The Claret Centre is in Buckden Towers in a magnificent setting formed by a 15th century palace and Victorian additions.
Prinknash Abbey is near Cranham, a small town in the Cotswolds. The Cotswolds were designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966.
Situated in the centre of town, offering a simple and friendly atmosphere, the Maison is used as a retreat for French priests but also hosts guests.
Bishop Woodford House is the retreat house of the Diocese of Ely and is situated on the grounds of the former Bishop Woodford College.
Valpré is a centre of meeting and congress built on the grounds of a 15-acre parkland on a hill dominating Lyon. It offers accommodations and conference rooms.
From its hilltop position, the monastery offers a panorama of the valley below St-Flour, a charming small town of Auvergne.
It is in the Mother House of the Congregation of the Sisters of Lady of Calvary that you will put your luggage for a few hours or a few days.
Managed by an association that includes Franciscan organised spiritual retreats an workshops, concerts and conferences but the house is also open to visitors.
Owned by the Diocese of Lyon, and located just a 15-minute drive from the center of Lyon, Domaine Lyon Saint Joseph is for everyone from all beliefs.
Founded by Lavinia Crosse in 1855, the Community of All Hallows is an Anglican order operating under the jurisdiction of the Church of England.
Located on the outskirts of Mur-de-Barrez, the monastery enjoys a splendid vista of the Monts du Canal on the Massif Central.
Holland House is a striking 17th century black and white timbered Tudor structure set along the River Avon.
Set in a prominent position embraced by two acres of gardens, Offa House features beautiful views of the rural countryside of Warwickshire.
The convent is an ancient structure of grand proportions. At the centre of the complex is a high steepled church characterised by a rose window.
The Centre lies in a peaceful corner of Warwickshire on the edge of the grounds of Princethorpe College, only four miles from Coventry, yet away from the noise.
The monastery sits in the pretty town of Figeac along the route to Santiago de Compostela. The building was erected in 1833 and houses a group of Carmélite Nuns
Domaine de Chadenac enjoys a favorable position at 1,000' in the volcanic area of the Haute-Loire, a few miles from the town of Le-Puy-en-Velay.
At one time, Accueil St-Georges housed young men studying to become priests. As vocations decreased, the Accueil was converted into a guesthouse.
Conques’ most outstanding monument is the vast but harmoniously proportioned Abbaye Sainte-Foy, one of the most beautiful Romanesque structures in France
The 1897 complex is located close to the Abbaye Sainte-Foy. It belongs to the monks of the Abbey who have turned a former Catholic school into a guest house.
The Abbey is a neo-Gothic complex, lavishly decorated, detailed and dominated by four elegant, steeply pointed arches that lead the eye heavenwards.
Launde Abbey is an Elizabethan manor house beautifully situated in a dip on the same site where a group of Augustinian Canons founded a small wooden priory 1119
Woodbrooke is the Quaker Study Centre in the United Kingdom. Located in Selly Oak, a suburb of Birmingham.
Installed in a woodsy setting, the centre offers spiritual retreats and relaxing holidays. A Jesuit Father resides in the centre.
Llangasty Retreat House nestles among the Welsh hills between Abergavenny and Brecon on the shores of Llangors Lake in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The Foyer Notre-Dame de Reinacker sits just outside the village of Reutenbourg in a locale dedicated to the worship of Mary.
Located in the heights of Alsace, the Sanctuary of Mont Sainte-Odile offers you a rejuvenating and spiritual stay, with its hotel and restaurant.
The shrine of Lady of Walsingham is in Little Walsingham, surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Norfolk, near the eastern coast of England.
A former seminary built in 1931 the maison became a guest house in 1966 and is managed by lay personnel. The interior houses a chapel and a religious library.
The monastery is quartered inside the Romanesque fortifications of Rosheim. It was used as a spa until 1862 after which a group of Bénédictine nuns took over it
The monastery is sited near the top of the 1,200' Bischenberg hill at the foot of Mont Ste-Odile, between Obernai and Rosheim, surrounded by vineyards.
Mount Saint Bernard Abbey lies in the quiet and secluded countryside of Charnwood Forest, a site of remarkable beauty in the heart of England.
The maison is quartered in a lush wooded valley on a site once occupied by a Cistercian monastery that played an important role in the region.
The Convent is near the pretty village of Rempstone on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. It is enclosed by beautiful farmland.
The maison was founded by the Redemptorist Fathers in 1932. Until a few years ago it was only used for spiritual retreats. Since then it has been renovated.