Abbeys and Monasteries in Wales

Map of all Abbey & Monasteries in Wales - Also see Abbeys in England | Scotland


  Name County Organisation Heritage Rating
Aberconwy Abbey Aberconwy Abbey Gwynedd 3 Heritage Rating
Abergavenny Priory Abergavenny Priory Gwent 3 Heritage Rating
Basingwerk Abbey Basingwerk Abbey Clwyd Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Brecon Abbey Brecon Abbey Powys 4 Heritage Rating
Caldey Island Priory Caldey Island Priory Dyfed 4 Heritage Rating
Chepstow Priory Chepstow Priory Gwent 4 Heritage Rating
Cwmhir Abbey Cwmhir Abbey Powys 5 Heritage Rating
Cymer Abbey Cymer Abbey Gwynedd Cadw 4 Heritage Rating
Denbigh Friary Denbigh Friary Clwyd Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Ewenny Priory Ewenny Priory Glamorgan Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Haverfordwest Priory Haverfordwest Priory Dyfed Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Llantarnam Abbey Llantarnam Abbey Gwent 3 Heritage Rating
Llanthony Priory Llanthony Priory Gwent Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Margam Abbey Margam Abbey Glamorgan 3 Heritage Rating
Neath Abbey Neath Abbey Glamorgan Cadw 4 Heritage Rating
Penmon Priory Penmon Priory Gwynedd Cadw 5 Heritage Rating
St Dogmael's Abbey St Dogmael's Abbey Dyfed Cadw 4 Heritage Rating
Strata Florida Abbey Strata Florida Abbey Dyfed Cadw 4 Heritage Rating
Talley Abbey Talley Abbey Dyfed Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Tintern Abbey Tintern Abbey Gwent Cadw 5 Heritage Rating
Usk Priory Usk Priory Gwent 3 Heritage Rating
Valle Crucis Abbey Valle Crucis Abbey Clwyd Cadw 4 Heritage Rating
Whitland Abbey Whitland Abbey Dyfed 3 Heritage Rating
  Name County Organisation Heritage Rating
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The Beaufort Arms

The Beaufort Arms
Raglan, Gwent

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The Beaufort Arms is an award winning gracious old 16th Century coaching inn, run by young owners and their welcoming staff. Offering very good food, real ales, wines in a relaxed informal atmosphere combined with … more >>

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British History Quiz

This essayist and poet is best known for his 'Dictionery of the English Language', published in 1755



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This Day in British History

10 February, 1567

Lord Darnley, husband of Mary, Queen of Scots dies

Darnley is mysteriously killed in an explosion at Kirk o' Field, Edinburgh

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The protoypical 'wicked uncle', this king was popularly blamed for murdering Edward V



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Popular Historic Attractions

St David's Cathedral
Cathedral   Heritage Rating 5

Powis Castle
Castle   Heritage Rating 5

Penmon Priory
Abbey   Heritage Rating 5

Pembroke Castle
Castle   Heritage Rating 5

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Castle   Heritage Rating 5


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Gweld-y-Môr, Saundersfoot

Gweld-y-Môr

Gweld-y-Mor, situated in a cul-de-sac, on a hill above the village of Saundersfoot is this ground floor cottage that sleeps four and has two bedrooms.
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The Hobble, New Quay

The Hobble

Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, this former hayloft is set in a courtyard near Talgarreg, and enjoys shared use of some children's play facilities.
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