Medieval pilgrims visiting the shrine of Thomas Becket were offered straw mats in the undercroft of these hospitable surroundings. Amenities were minimal, but the pilgrims were treated to services in the Pilgrim's Chapel and a meal in a refectory decorated with murals, a few fragments of which remain. You'll learn all about these lodgings at this tiny museum which will take, at most, 15 minutes to tour.