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Although this church was built in Victorian times, it is full of history with a delightful memorial, presented by Queen Victoria, to Princess Elizabeth, daughter of Charles I, who died in Carisbrooke Castle. In the south aisle is a stunning memorial to Sir Edward Horsey...More
Having read some of these comments I wish to say that the coffee at £2.a cafetière is not expensive and cakes and scones are far cheaper than anywhere in Newport!
The church is open where there are volunteers available, sometimes it is just not possible...More
Minster packed with history and well signed. Various language guides. Coffee shop sells a variety of coffees from around the world , cakes largely homemade. Good value, friendly atmosphere, room for wheelchairs, buggies and plenty of space to chill.
Its free, easy to find and serves delicious coffee and cake. This is a lovely big church with royal history and the sort of calm welcome that ensures you can enjoy the peace of a sanctuary from the hectic noise of the modern world.
A lovely place to visit in the centre of Newport. Nice atmosphere and plenty to see in this historic church, I think I shall have to return and spend time looking around in detail. They also serve very good coffee and cake.
The Minster is well worth a visit as it has some fascinating history and information. If you visit in the mornings, try the coffee shop. Excellent value for money and very friendly staff. If you are lucky, there will be homemade cakes to choose from....More
Along with my wife and an old friend, I spent an interesting hour plus in the Minster. There is a cafe serving Fairtrade refreshments alongside a number of items relating to local history and the Victoria & Albert connection. There was a very good embroidery...More