Photo of Pilgrims Chase exterior


Pilgrims Chase is a high quality conversion of four stables and a feed barn. All the original beams are intact. There are pitch pine and terracotta tile floors throughout. Equestrian memorabilia abound. The Chase is laid out on the ground floor and may be suitable for the less able.

Spacious sitting/ dining room room with comfortable seating, TV, DVD player, digital set-top box, radio/CD player and gate-leg dining table and six chairs. There is a Tudor brick fireplace with gas log fire. Kitchen with electric cooker/grill, dishwasher, larder fridge with icebox and microwave.

Bathroom with a large bath/shower, washbasin and WC.

Bedroom 1 with a double bed, side tables, wardrobe, chest and dressing table.

Bedroom 2 with twin beds, side tables and hanging space.

Bedroom 3 with twin beds, side tables and hanging space. 

Useful Information
Gas central heating
Towels are provided but please bring your own beach/pool towels.
Books, games and CDs.
Access to WiFi Internet connection.

Once an important place of pilgrimage, the ruins of Bromholm Priory are still to be seen in Bacton today. The Priory was built in 1113 AD by William de Glanville and was home to the Cluniacs, the Black Monks who purchased a piece of the True Cross, the Bromholm Roode. Ensuing miracles ensured visits by many thousands of pilgrims including King Henry III. The Priory was mentioned in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the Domesday Book, and was the subject of a prediction in Mother Shipton’s Almanac.

Today the coastal village opens its doors to the 21st century pilgrims who visit for their holidays. They enjoy the friendly village atmosphere and the sandy beaches, which are often quiet even in the height of summer. There is a good range of local amenities including pubs, shops, a children’s playground and a bowling green.




Our cottages are available to you now. 
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