Manor House Drive, Coventry CV1 2ND
Telephone: 07943 508349
The remnants of a medieval royal palace in Coventry city centre, the gatehouse of Cheylesmore Manor is at the heart of the city on New Union Street. The magnificent timber building is a key piece of Coventry's rich and important heritage.
Previously the only unfortified royal palace outside of London, Cheylesmore Manor is now used as a stunning ceremony venue.
The manor is believed to have been built for the Earl of Arundel in 1237. By 1320 it had passed to Queen Isabella, wife of Edward II, along with the lavish Cheylesmore Park that surrounded it. Her grandson Edward, the Black Prince, took possession of it after her.
The building we know today is, in fact, only the gatehouse and parts of two cross wings to the original manor house.
The Manor House houses three beautiful ceremony rooms: The Queen Isabella Room, The Black Prince Room and the Library Room.
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