Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens

About Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens

Tucked away at the foot of the Cleveland Hills in the North York Moors, Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens is the perfect place to get away from it all.

Discover the best-preserved Carthusian priory in England. Roam the ruins of this unusual medieval monastery and find out what makes the priory so unique in the reconstructed monk's cell.

House and Gardens - Copyright English Heritage

The Arts and Crafts garden has recently been rejuvenated under the direction of Chris Beardshaw. Discover year-round seasonal spectacles with bluebells in spring, the scent of eglantyne roses filling the air in summer, the bright red of the Japanese Acers in autumn, and snowdrops in winter.

Mount Grace Priory - Copyright English Heritage

Visit Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens


Accessible parking

There are two accessible parking spaces, 25 metres from entrance. Booking advisable.

Accessible public toilet

With transfer space to the side, handrails and emergency call system.

Hearing enhancement system

Portable loop available from admission desk.


Wheelchair accessible.
Special dietary requirements catered for.

For more information on accessibility, please go to


Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens provides a range of facilities to offer you a fantastic day out

Picnic site

Grassy areas and picnic benches are available.

Dogs at Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens

Dogs on short leads are welcome in the grounds only.

Getting here

Contact us

Mount Grace Priory, Staddlebridge, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL6 3JG
Tel 01609 883494


12 miles north of Thirsk; and six miles north-east of Northallerton, near A19.

Public transport

No buses directly to the site. Catching a bus to Osmotherley and walking from there (4.5 miles) is possible.

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