Recently refurbished, Chantry House is a luxurious and comfortable location. The house is perfectly designed for a variety of events, whether you are planning a yoga retreat or a team away day, this is the space for you.
There are a total of five suites with en suite bathrooms, living room, two dining rooms, kitchen and chef, multi-use studio, beauty facilities and outdoor area.
Churchgate Hotel, a Jacobean Chantry House once owned by Queen Elizabeth I, is the new home of Carbon Retreat.
The building is timber frames and plastered, with fine doorways and original features.
Originally belonging to the local church of St. Mary and St. Hugh, it was founded in 1324 by John de Stainton, the rector of Harlow, but was suspended during the reign of Edward VI.
Chantry House eventually passed into the ownership of Elizabeth I and remained a royal property until disposed of by James I in 1607.
The present house was built sometime between 1615-1652 but then altered extensively in the 20th Century.
The outdoor space includes scenic seating areas and fire pit within the gated grounds. There are plenty of parking spaces and CCTV cameras provide security and peace of mind.
There is a total of five elegant and modern residential suites with en suite bathrooms. The suites can accommodate up to twenty guests as shared accommodation or can be used as five single/double occupancy rooms.
This is dependent on how you would like to use the venue and the number of guests.
The Multi-use Studio
There is a large multi-use studio that can be easily adapted for various activities. Whether it is fitness, meetings or team building sessions, we have the resources to make it work for you.
It features a large screen and a wall-mounted LCD TV, perfect for presentations and training events.
There is a living room, two dining rooms, kitchen and comfortable seating throughout.
Limited disabled access, but please contact directly to enquire
Opening Times and Prices
Open all year round and prices are available upon request.
Carbon Retreat is located 27 miles North-East of London, in Old Harlow, Essex. It is a short 1.5 hour drive from Central London.