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We had a lovely tea and cakes in the pretty garden. The actual Abbey I found rather dull.There is no real character to it as it is made from regular house type bricks as is all rather bland.
It was however interesting to see the...More
We saw the Abbey from the ferry as we approached Fishbourne and decided to pay it a visit. Quite literally 2 minutes from the ferry port it offers free admission, a superb cafe plus a wonderful Abbey. If you have the energy you can go...More
We visited the Abbey and cafe on bank holiday Monday afternoon, earlier this week. We loved the red brick Abbey with its archways and features... and the boys loved lighting a candle for our lost loved ones xx We had a late lunch at the...More
We stopped here for an hour and a half on the way to the Fishbourne ferry terminal which is close by. It was a pleasant and interesting experience. There is no entry fee. On the way in from the car park you pass the pig...More
I stumbled across this most beautiful monastery by accident. It is a beautiful and peaceful place to while away a few hours. The tea room is perfect for a treat and the farm shop has many goods which make wonderful presents. A walk around the...More
We went to see the Abbey and were surprised - it suddenly arises out of seemingly nowhere in a very calm and rural setting. Enjoyed a very good cuppa and bun in the teashop and then headed off to find the ruins of the medieval...More
A wonderful few hours spent at Quarr Abbey, the sun was shining and it made it very special to sit in the gardens, having tea and cake and waiting for the Monks to come into the abbey to sing.
It is so peaceful and makes...More