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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
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Reviewed 2 September 2018 via mobile

Nice and easy to find. And good that they refind uou the parking fee. Really liked it and the pub across is lovely. The souvenir shop had so many nice things. Defo would come again and recommend a visit. Lovely place

Thank Cat W
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Reviewed 1 September 2018

Great site for pictures of the awesome structure! Gift shop and restrooms available for travelers. Able to accommodate many buses of tourists. Convenient for those traveling Wye Valley.

Thank Beth J
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Reviewed 1 September 2018 via mobile

Today we went out alone the Wye Valley and visited Tintern Abbey. Parking was £3 but the parking machine was broken so it was free today. The ruins are quite spectacular and it is easy to spend an hour wondering and losing yourself around here. After we had explored the ruins then we walked along the main road to the village and discovered a very pleasant little area complete with a cafe. The walk back was improved by taking a footpath along the river to avoid the main road. An enjoyable hour and recommended.

Thank DaveWomble
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Reviewed 1 September 2018

At one remove from heaven's gates pure poetry comes to mind: not only Wordsworthian, Benjaminesque, or Shades of Philip Larkin. Who could not be inspired to admiring prose and poetry among such magnificent ruins? I was. But words failed me. Thoughts remain though of a very informative system of guide/information points in all areas of the Abbey. The shop sold items of impressive quality. Nearby, I was able to avail of a range of refreshments. An historic experience - not to be missed by any visitor to the area. Only one gripe: my female companion - from Germany - rated the toilets as unusable from the normal expected hygiene standard. Fortunately, the available adjacent hotel and pub facility mitigated her disappointment. Once a month a genuine Monk leads a guided tour. I'd go back for that..

Thank 789tobias
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Reviewed 31 August 2018

Extremely interesting and atmospheric, fantastic to photograph. Lots of information on hand, although we didn't take advantage of this particularly given our very active 6 y/o son. Plenty of parking and a friendly visitor centre/shop. Would highly recommend - one of the most intriguing places been in years.

Thank Stephanie W
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