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All reviews english heritage information boards across the road free entry fisherman's rest worth a visit tudor mansion sunny day the pub henry viii family picnic floor tiles interesting history lovely place narrow archway several families difficulty in finding
quite by chance we were looking for a garden centre and came across the Abbey. it is charming, we walked all around looking at the footprint to see what would have been there. we will go back agaain next summer
ideal for a short visit able to look all round the ruins and plenty of space for picnic, quite hard to find the very narrow entrance but parking inside. No amenities and people using the area for dog walks, but plenty of space for children...More
Hidden gen, take a walk through the ruins and learn a little local history. Nice spot for a picnic with children. All free with adequate parking. Pop into the fisherman's rest for a drink of lunch afterwards.
We decided to revisit the ruined Abbey having been here some years ago - but not a lot had changed! English Heritage keep the grounds and garden areas well tended but there's not a lot you can say about a roofless Abbey with unfortunately no...More
We have visited the Abbey (and the pub over the road) many times on trips to Hampshire. Why do we keep coming back? Well first it brings us back to 'home territory' now that we live 'Up North'. When visiting the area we normally park...More