a Hamlet in Staploe Parish) in the County of Bedfordshire in England. It is a Grade-I-listed building.
The site and remains of the 700-year-old priory stand today neighbouring a light industrial estate and a disused airfield, and lies between the villages of Colmworth and Little Staughton. Nothing survives of the priory church, and all but the refectory and kitchen of the claustral buildings have disappeared.
Never a large house, the community appears to have consisted of the prior and up to four canons.
The priory was founded around 1195 by William, Chaplain of Colmworth. Hugh de Beauchamp of Eaton Socon endowed the priory with 28 acres (113,000 m²), the priory also held land around Coppingford chapel; during these early years, it also held a considerable number of Selions, given to them by local people as gifts of faith. Around 1206, King John permitted the monks to enclose and clear part of the nearby Perry woods.