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Rosamund House offers enjoyable, relaxing holidays by the sea for you to enjoy the peace and relaxation while improving your health in body, mind and spirit.
The Sisters of the Bridgettine Order provide hospitality in the St Winefride's guest house of prayer in Holywell.
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 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.
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.
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
Composed of an abbey and monastery, the complex is in Ealing, West London. The beautifully restored structures were built in neo-Gothic style.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ensconced in a lush countryside milieu, the Abbey is an important spiritual centre.
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
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.
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.
Bishop Woodford House is the retreat house of the Diocese of Ely and is situated on the grounds of the former Bishop Woodford College.
Founded by Lavinia Crosse in 1855, the Community of All Hallows is an Anglican order operating under the jurisdiction of the Church of England.
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 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 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.
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 shrine of Lady of Walsingham is in Little Walsingham, surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Norfolk, near the eastern coast of England.
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 Convent is near the pretty village of Rempstone on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. It is enclosed by beautiful farmland.
The convent is the mother house of the Order of the Holy Name whose foundation dates back to 1865 when the first two sisters were professed in the Parish of St.
Morley Retreat House is a gracious Georgian building set in rural Derbyshire in the small village of Morley, embraced by its own attractive gardens/
Ensconced in the rolling Staffordshire countryside, Shallowford House is a 19th century red brick structure set within four acres of gardens.
Caldey Island, one of the British Holy Islands, lies 2 miles south of Tenby, and the entire island belongs to the Abbey.
Hawkstone Hall is an international retreat centre for both religious representatives and lay people.
Whirlow Grange is a 1860s house on the outskirts of Sheffield. Its location provides access to an interesting city with the panoramic views of the Peak District
The centre is a complex formed by various stone buildings that appear old but are not. They were built 22 years ago to reflect a sense of antiquity.
St. Non was the mother of St. David. St. Non’s Retreat Center is on the site of the house where she moved and where St. David was born around the year 500 AD.
Curzon Park Abbey is in Curzon Park, an attractive residential suburb of Chester, the county town of Cheshire on the River Dee.
Foxhill, a retreat and conference centre of the Diocese of Chester. Just a couple of miles from the small town of Frodsham, and is not far from Liverpool.
St. Deiniol’s Library is a unique institution located on the outskirts of the historic village of Hawarden. It is the only residential library in Britain.
The Centre is a historical building beautifully installed near the coast of North Wales.
Installed in the centre of York, Bar Convent is a splendid Grade 1 listed building as well as the oldest convent in England.
Noddfa, the local name for the Institute, is owned and managed by the Sisters of the Sacred Heart, an order founded in Beziers (France) in 1849.
The Centre was founded in 1919 as a novitiate and school for the Loreto Order. Since 1989 it has been a retreat center for groups and individuals.
Ensconced in a handsome woodland, the Abbey lies in the centre of Whalley, an inviting little village on the banks of River Calder in the Ribble Valley.
The Retreat House is lodged in a converted farmhouse on the outskirts of Preston.
Wydale Hall is a gracious 18th century house lodged on fourteen acres of well-tended formal gardens and woodlands.
Parcevall Hall is settled in an isolated but beautiful position in the spectacular Upper Wharfedale in Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Established in 1802, it is home to a Benedictine community of monks and is considered one of the most important institutions of the monastic rebirth in England.
The complex is installed on 56 acres and consists of the monastery, some agricultural buildings and nine Scandinavian lodges rented to guests for holidays.
Situated in the wild outstanding beauty of North Yorkshire Moors between Sleights and Aislaby, St. Oswald’s is a small complex of buildings.
Sneaton Castle share the same expansive grounds as Hilda's Priory and are situated within walking distance from the historic and charming seaside town of Whitby
Our Lady of Hyning is in Warton in the north of Lancashire on the Cumbrian border, a region designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Swarthmoor Hall is a handsome historic hall recognised as the birthplace of Quakerism. It lies in a rural setting on the Furness Peninsula.
Rydal Hall occupies a splendid setting in the heart of the Lake District. Situated in the small village of Rydal, beside Rydal Water and River Rothay.
Minsteracres is the home of a Passionist Congregation and Retreat Centre set in the comely countryside on the border between Northumberland and County Durham.
Sancta Maria Abbey, most commonly known as Nunraw Abbey, is a tranquil, beautiful site only thirty miles from Edinburgh.
A unique historic guesthouse annexed to Britain’s smallest cathedral, the Cathedral of the Isles.
Located in Largs with spectacular views of the Firth of Clyde, the Benedictine institution was started in Dumfries by Lady Marcia Herries in 1884.
Founded in the 11th century by Saint Romualdo, the Monastery has always been a center dedicated to spirituality and culture.
Beautifully situated in a tranquil site in the shadow of Iona Abbey, the House overlooks the clear waters of the Sound of Iona and is an ideal place for guests.
The Iona Community is an ecumenical Christian community based in the Abbey and the MacLeod Center on the island of Iona.
In a peaceful and isolated setting surrounded by pine trees, the institution is just minutes from the small town of Castalla.
The convent dates back to the 17th century, it sits on the outskirts of Montedinove and it offers hospitality only to groups of 25 or more.
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