Location: Hitchin, Hertfordshire
Hitchin Priory is a charming 14th Century building nestled in 19 acres of tranquil parkland and only minutes away from the centre of the stunning market town of Hitchin in Hertfordshire.
With Hitchin train station and the A1 only 3 minutes' drive away from the venue, the hotel provides a relaxing country environment that is conveniently located.
For more information about the hotel please visit their web site
† These prices are based on two people sharing a standard double or twin bedroom
Founded in 1317 as a Carmelite monastery and later patronised by Henry VIII, the house was later used as a private residence by the Delme-Radcliffe family, as reflected in some of the room names. Many original features remain, including cloisters, Monks Walk with its original beams and large banqueting halls with grand fireplaces.
Guests and paranormal investigators have reported sighting ghostly monks in the cellar (now a bar) and a 'grey lady' who roams the corridors.