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
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
Southwick Priory Southwick Priory Hampshire 3 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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Idyllic setting in the foothills of the Berwyn Mountain, a rural paradise - an historic 16th Century building with considerable character. An olde inn with slate flagged floors and inglenook fireplaces. more >>

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This Protestant martyr was burned at the stake at Smithfield in 1546



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22 February, 1371

David II of Scotland dies in English captivity

David is succeeded by his brother Robert, the first Stewart monarch

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This king's frst wife was earlier married to his brother, Arthur



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This detached property is located on the edge of the village of Penally, 1.5 miles from Tenby in Pembrokeshire, and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
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Steps to first floor entrance. Comfortable sitting room with electric fire and far reaching views. Dining room. Well equipped kitchen. Double bedroom with ensuite shower room/WC. Double bedroom. Twin bedded …
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