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Maison Dieu, Ospringe, Kent.
|Series||Ancient monuments and historic buildings, Official handbook / Department of the Environment|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Department of the Environment.|
Maison Dieu is an incredible building: its lower floor appears sunk halfway down the modern street – obviously down to what would have been street level hundreds of years ago. I arrive just in time to have my photo taken by Kent Messenger, and am then greeted by Ann Wilkinson from the Faversham Society – volunteers who run the museum. reviews #1 of 1 Restaurant in Ospringe $$ - $$$ Bar British Pub 12 Ospringe Street, Ospringe, Faversham ME13 8TL England +44 Website + Add your menu + Add hours All photos (34)/5().
Originating as a 13th-century wayside hospital, this flint and timber-framed building now displays Roman artefacts from nearby sites. In , the Master and Brethren of Ospringe, were granted a weekly market on Thursdays and an annual fair at Headcorn on 29 June, St Peter and St Paul's Day. In the Ospringe house was dissolved and in , St John's College Cambridge, was given the Maison Dieu properties. The fair was later held on 12 June, having apparently been merged District: Maidstone.
Among these banners are ones on the Maison Dieu and the moot horn, and hopefully this will persuade some to visit the Maison Dieu at nearby Ospringe because it is well worth a visit. Lord Warden of Cinque Ports, Magna Carta, Maison Dieu Ospringe, manuscripts, Margate, Maritime Kent, Maritime Museums Greenwich, Book culture and Kent. The Maison Dieu is a 13th and 16th century flint and timber-framed building of Grade 11* status and is in the Guardianship of English Heritage. It was once part of a medieval Hospital which gained royal patronage under King Henry III.
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Ospringe Street, Ospringe, Faversham, Kent, ME13 8TS Originating as Maison Dieu 13th-century wayside hospital, this flint and timber-framed building now displays Roman objects from nearby sites. Managed by the Maison Dieu Museum Trust - visit their website for the : Restaurants near Maison Dieu: ( km) The Ship Inn Kent.
book km) Ospringe Fish Bar ( km) Faversham Kebab House Restaurant ( km) The Yard ( km) The Carriage Restaurant; View all restaurants near Maison Dieu on Tripadvisor $/5(20).
Maison Dieu ('House of God') is a hospital, monastery, hostel, retirement home and royal lodge commissioned by Henry III in The timber framed building is located beside Watling Street, now the A2 road, in Ospringe, Faversham, in Kent, England.
Edward Hasted noted in that it was dedicated to the Virgin foundation consisted of Maison Dieu master and three regular brethren of the Order Coordinates: 51°18′41″N 0°52′25″E / Maison Dieu.
Maison Dieu Museum - 2 Water Lane, ME13 8TS Ospringe, Kent - Rated 5 based on 3 Reviews "Lovely old building, beautifully preserved and very Ospringe 5/5(3). Ospringe is a village and area of Faversham in the English county of is also the name of a civil parish, which since has not included the village of Ospringe.
The village lies on the Roman road Watling Street (nowadays the A2 road), called Ospringe Street in the historic Maison Dieu is on Ospringe Street. The remains of substantial Roman buildings have been found to Civil parish: Faversham and Ospringe. Maison Dieu, Ospringe, Kent (An English Heritage handbook) Paperback – January 1, See all formats Ospringe editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Maison Dieu (House of God) is on the A2 in Faversham, Kent. It has been a Royal lodge commissioned by Henry III, monastery,hospital, retirement home & hostel over the years. Maison Dieu became a grade 2 listed building in Now it is run by English Heritage.
Its quite a small /5(20). Thursday 25th October at The Maison Dieu Museum am – pm. (Car Park) Please book in advance by phone: but please note that lunch is not included in the ticket price.
2 Water Lane, Ospringe, Kent ME13 8TS. Charity Number Maison Dieu was a hospital and monastery commissioned by Henry III in One of the stops for pilgrims on the way to Canterbury, the poet Geoffrey Chaucer and royalty would have stayed there. Today, only a single building from a much larger complex now remains.
This became England’s earliest village museum in and today houses history. Cancel free on most hotels. Compare hotels near Maison Dieu in Ospringe using real guest reviews. Earn free nights, get our Price Guarantee & make booking easier with. Get this from a library. The history and antiquities of the abbey and church of Favresham in Kent;: of the adjoining priory of Davington and maison-dieu of Ospringe and parish of Bocton subtus le Bleyne.
To which is added a collection of papers relating to the abbey, &c. and of the funeral monuments and other ancient inscriptions in the several churches of Favresham, Shelwich, Bocton under le.
Maison Dieu Museum Trust. 2 Water Lane, Ospringe, Kent ME13 8TS. Charity Number Discover the best of Ospringe so you can plan your trip right. and health advisories for this destination before you book. Ospringe United Kingdom. Save Ospringe to your lists.
Find Venture to sights like Brogdale Collections and Maison Dieu as you discover Ospringe. Top Hotels in Ospringe. Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults. Save. Get this from a library. Proposals for printing by subscription the history and antiquities of the church and abby of Faversham, the priory of Davington, and maison-dieu of Ospringe, in Kent: to which will be added, a collection of the ancient funeral monuments in the neighbouring churches of preston, shelwich, graveney, bocton, &c.
By John Lewis, A.M. The Maison Dieu at Ospringe was ideally suited for poor pilgrims before they travelled the last ten miles to Canterbury.
In this Book of Hours (a private prayer book), once owned by Margaret. Peter and St. Paul, Ospringe, is part of the Benefice of Faversham and is situated down Water Lane (Maison Dieu is on the corner, adjacent to Ospringe Street).
We are a friendly and inclusive congregation who enjoy a blend of traditional and current worship and leading styles. We are a relaxed bunch and have services to suit diverse needs. These cash machines are near to Maison Dieu Attraction. Ospringe Food & Wine, Lower Road, Faversham by Paypoint.
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2 - FREE to use and miles away. Faversham / ˈ f æ v ər ʃ əm / is a market town and civil parish in the borough of Swale in Kent, England, United town is 48 miles (77 km) from London and 10 miles (16 km) from Canterbury, and lies next to the Swale, a strip of sea separating mainland Kent from the Isle of Sheppey in the Thames is close to the A2, which follows an ancient British trackway which was District: Swale.
Hotels near Maison Dieu, Ospringe on Tripadvisor: F traveller reviews, candid photos, and prices for 30 hotels near Maison Dieu in Ospringe, England. Within 2 miles (3 kilometers) of Maison Dieu you’ll find The Sun Inn and March Cottage Bed And Breakfast.
Reward yourself by staying at one of the upmarket establishments that are within easy driving distance. To avoid being disappointed, it's a good idea to book prior to arrival.
Try The Ferry House Inn and The Bowl Inn.Ospringe is home to Maison Dieu. Spend the day exploring the area and seeing some of the local attractions. If you'd like to find things to see and do in the area, you might want to stop in and see Leeds Castle and Whitstable Beach.TAG: Maison Dieu Ospringe.
especially in Kent, off and on for longer than I care to think about. Consequently, with the emphasis on the sterling work being undertaken by hospitals and care/residential homes under the NHS banner at the moment, I thought a short piece on: who cared for the sick in medieval England – the role of the hospital.