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Originally build in a shape of a cross and once home to Benedictine Monks. Ewenny Priory's been of historical interest for centuries. If you enjoy the outdoors you may like to access this historic wonder via Ewenny Moors. At the bridge near the Priory, you'll...More
A very odd small church that has private keep out signs all around. It appears those living beside/around don't want people visiting. There is no designated car park but there was nobody there when we went and it's down such a basic country track you...More
This fortified Priory is very close to the town of Bridgend but on a visit you have an impression of remoteness. Church is still in use if you wish to attend a service. Very serene interior with solid Norman columns. Good location for concerts.
We went out of our way from the M4 to see this, and it was absolutely worth it. The parking was free just outside the priory gate. The interior is one of the most beautifully pure Romanesque spaces in Wales. The Norman arcades are breathtaking...More
The church itself is not used to its full extent.The transept, when I first went there in1953 contained the stone coffin of William de Londres with its inscription around the edge of the sarcophagus. The wooden screen between the transept and sanctuary bears the marks...More