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Who owns it? How do you get in?

Very obviously an old and important building. Looks very interesting even just from the outside... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2014
HillyCirencester
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Plymouth, United Kingdom
Why so poorly available or publicised?

I have walked past this lovely old building dozens of times. I have read about it in local... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2013
DougalM_12
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Cornwall
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2 May 2014
“Who owns it? How do you get in?”
9 May 2013
“Why so poorly available or publicised?”
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Reviewed 3 May 2014

Very obviously an old and important building. Looks very interesting even just from the outside. Very surprising that there are no notices or signs offering information about it or opening or access details. Is it owned by the council, or the adjacent church, or the...More

2  Thank HillyCirencester
Reviewed 10 May 2013

I have walked past this lovely old building dozens of times. I have read about it in local histories. I have seen plenty of pictures and photos of the outside but almost nothing of the interior, except for Yvonne Turner's short assembly cut to Bach...More

4  Thank DougalM_12
Reviewed 2 February 2013

The English Heritage website gives a clear description of the architectural history but nothing very reliable or convincing about the social history. The council or the church seem to own it but there is no organised pattern of publicity or arrangements for access or visiting....More

7  Thank Cr0wM
Reviewed 6 October 2012 via mobile

What can I say!! A superb day out for all the family and should be advertised better!! Thank you!! My family had a great day and want to go back in the near future

8  Thank jannermatt
Reviewed 12 February 2011

More often than not the Plymouth tourist set up seems to fail miserably to provide useful or any marketing information on important historical buildings. This fifteenth century building with a good deal of character, an attractive exterior, interesting interior and central courtyard is not obviously...More

10  Thank Jannerbloke
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