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View across the Outer Quadrangle to the16th Century Outer Gate and the 14th Century Old Brewhouse (The site of the Hundred Mens Hall) The Outer Quadrangle showing Beaufort Tower, formerly part of the Master's Lodging. The Porter's Lodge, at the base of the Tower
The Ambulatory (16th Century) connects the old Masters Lodging to the Church View across the Inner Quadrangle  to the Ambulatory and Church. View from the ground floor of the Ambulatory across to the Brothers Quarters.
Doorway to the Brethren's Hall and Kitchen The Brethren's Hall (14th Century) showing the musician's gallery and the fine timbered roof made from Spanish Chestnut. The heavy oval table, between the doors, is made from Purbeck Marble and is thought to have come from Winchester Castle. The Brethren's Hall showing the steps leading to the old Master's Lodgings, the raised platform and the chacoal fired central hearth.
The Badge of St Cross
The Kitchen (15th Century) showing the range and hearth Close up of the kitchen sink, hand pump and the range The Meat Store with a display of many original utensils, pewter dishes, flagons and some of the 15th century black leather jacks, from which the brother's used to drink their beer. To the left of the meat store is a cellar, where the beer was racked.
The Compton Garden, filled with plants from the new world The Compton Garden, filled with plants from the new world Part of the walled Garden with pond and fountains.
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