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The appeal of this exceptional Cistercian abbey remains as enduring as ever An area of outstanding beauty complemented by this outstanding beauty in stone. If only the walls could talk! The chants of countless monks echo through the masonry here...more
All reviews wye valley gift shop well worth a visit the river beautiful ruins awe inspiring henry viii car park cistercian monks anchor inn entrance fee information boards guide book across the road beautiful location sunny day plenty of parking
This is such a beautiful place! It's huge and so well preserved, and the information boards are very interesting. An absolute must-visit if you're into history, and well worth the 50 minute drive from cardiff!
The ruins of this abbey make for a wonderful experience for people with an interest in history especially if you can visit on a day that the monk, Thomas the Cellarer gives his free tours. Very interesting but with a light touch, he provides a...More
We arrived at the beautiful village of Tintern on a slightly drizzly day - but that just added to the atmosphere. It was 10am, it was a Friday and there were very few cars in the Abbey car park. There couldn't have been any more...More
The abbey is a very majestical place to visit. We enjoyed ourselves as a family very much, not sure we would revist as the price was above avarage for similar places we have visited over south wales.
The only thing that let it down was...More
Even though it was raining when we visited we still stayed a couple of hours. The time soon flies with so much detail to take in and, due to the weather, we did not get to explore around the grounds or Tintern... More
Even though it was raining when we visited we still stayed a couple of hours. The time soon flies with so much detail to take in and, due to the weather, we did not get to explore around the grounds or Tintern Village..........which looked nice.