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An Erie Place to Visit

The ruins of this priory are about 5 miles from Wolverhampton, near Albrighto. There is limited... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
craigdwilliams
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Craven Arms, United Kingdom
Worth a visit if viewing Boscobel House

After visiting Boscobel House we left our car in the car park there and walked down to the site of... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2018
Janet H
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Worcester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The ruins of this priory are about 5 miles from Wolverhampton, near Albrighto. There is limited parking down a very narrow lane, but the peace you get when you are there is just fantastic. I love the place so much I got a local artist...More

Thank craigdwilliams
Reviewed 26 May 2018

After visiting Boscobel House we left our car in the car park there and walked down to the site of this old Priory, It is probably about 20 - 25 mins walk. It is very secluded with only a small pull in by the sign...More

Thank Janet H
Reviewed 24 May 2018

This site is located a mile or so from Boscobel House. There is little remaining on site and very little interpretation available on site. A tour of Boscobel revealed some interesting points about the priory which were not available there. It is a nice walk...More

Thank 301lisa33
Reviewed 11 May 2018

White Ladies Priory is approx. half a mile from Boscobel House down a pretty lane. Admission to the priory is free, and is a good "add-on" to a visit to the house. There is no parking at the priory, except space for one or two...More

1  Thank jrdo5959
Reviewed 5 May 2017

this place is a little longer to walk then expected. You can drive straight to it and park in the small layby.

1  Thank HomerJSimpson01
Reviewed 6 April 2017

English Heritage expect you to visit Boscobel House first and having parked your car there, walk the 20 minute path to the Priory. As Boscobel was closed and the Priory has unlimited entry, we parked on Shackerley Lane, TF11 9JB. We walked along the wide...More

Thank mikeandros
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

The priory is close to Boscobel House this is worth a visit. The priory is a ruin but still interesting. The ruin is surrounded by fields and trees and there is a small stream close by.

1  Thank crippssp
Reviewed 15 January 2017

This is a very interesting site, it manages to capture a-lot of atmosphere even with little there. Definitely take a look if driving by.

Thank Welkin G
Reviewed 29 November 2016

Lovely old ruins of what was originally a grand Priory. Hard to imagine it in its original form but well worth a look & some imagination.

Thank Lindsay B
Reviewed 1 November 2016

great place to vist lots to do there farm for the children and pool for the ducks lots of old history there very nice place.

Thank dean b
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