Coverham Abbey Gatehouse
SE 106-864 Yorkshire England
Coverham Abbey Gatehouse is a 16th century stone gate-hall, which was partially dismantled to the height of the first floor. Of the two-bays, only the rear semicircular arch remains, flanked by tunnel vaulted wings. The gate-hall was the main entrance, to the 13th century Premonstratensian abbey, founded by Ranulphus fitz Robert. 2 miles north-east is Middleham Castle and 3 miles south-west is Round Hill, Carlton.
Coverham Abbey Gatehouse is located in the village centre, off Coverham Lane. 18 miles north-west of Ripon, on the A6108.
The site is strictly private, with no public access and is only visible from the road, check website for details.
Car parking is by the side of the road.