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All reviews wedding photos an industrial estate well worth a visit tudor mansion beautiful ruin family picnic conservation work peaceful place guide book hidden gem cistercian monks free entry tucked away ample parking great place to visit cadw ruins
Travelled from Chepstow to go to Neath Abbey, had the brochure looked fantastic, until we got there!
First thing, not very well sign posted, using gps or Tom Tom it will send you round and round the site..Second thing, if your looking to do some...More
Neath has a long diverse history with Roman Remains, Norman Remains and was a strategic hub during the industrial revolution.
The abbey is hidden away and does not have much publicity; however, the remains are in very good condition and its an excellent spot to...More
The ruined abbey follows the actions of Henry VIII in the 16th Century. This is quite large and is tucked away in a quiet and peaceful area alongside a canal. Most visitors will probably arrive by car and spend up to 45 minutes here walking...More
Had a free day so I took my daughter to neath abbey as neither of us had been before. We took a picnic as a treat after we had looked around the ruined abbey but still a beautiful place to relax and think how it...More
I visited this location purely by chance having seen it off the the main road.
It is a lovely location with tremendous photographic possibilities.
There is reasonable parkng outside the venue.
Entrance is free.
This is a hidden gem, within quite industrial surroundings! Lovely place to walk around and learn about the Abbey and it's residents from times past. Quite accessible for wheelchair users. The Audible facilities are great. The Abbots' s house is also very impressive. The ruins...More
We often go here. It's free entry. The ruins are extensive and well maintained. Lots of open grassy areas where the younger children can safely play while adults listen to the recordings of the history of what you are looking at. There are several of...More
This is a awesome place to visit, steeped in history, and recently, the various commentary points transport one back to the days when monastic community life was alive in this area. The place has a spirituality about it and I feel it is such a...More