You are here: Home : Search : Search Results : Detailed Result
  |   Print  

ST KATHERINES CHAPEL

DESCRIPTION + /

A ruined chapel which was erected by the Ireland family before the death of John Ireland in 1486. The chapel, also known as Lydiate Abbey, is a rectangular building with a tower at the west end and a porch at the western end of the south wall. The walls of the chapel stand to their full height and are in good repair. The tower stands to its original height but is without a roof. The west window in the west wall of the tower has its tracery missing. The porch has only the lower courses of stonework left and shows a shallow Tudor style archway through to the interior. In the south wall are three-light perpendicular style windows with some tracery remaining. The chapel is Scheduled and Listed Grade II*.

PICTURES + / -
DETAIL + / -
MORE INFORMATION & SOURCES
+ / -
RELATED MONUMENTS + / -
MONUMENT TYPES + / -
COMMENTS + / -
Please help us keep our information accurate let us know if you see any errors on this page.

Further information about monuments may be obtained by contacting Archive Services, through the Historic England website.