The Vicarage, CongresburyEdit profile
The Vicarage in Congresbury, Somerset, England includes an early 19th century vicarage and former Priests House from around 1446. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building.
The eastern range comprising the Refectory was built by executors of Bishop Thomas Beckington of Wells whose heraldic devices and those of the Poulteney family are on the porch.
The building is now used for church and community functions.