Hispano-Moorish styled St. Paul's was built in 1878 as a warehouse and cloth cutting works for Sir. John Barran, 1st Baronet. Although the building received a Grade II historical listing in 1963, it underwent extensive restorations in 1976, including new interior.
St. Paul's House now boosts modern facilities, including air conditioning, elevators and wheelchair accessible entrance and toilets. Centrally located (10 minutes' walk to train station), it is easy for your guests to commute to.