At one time in its proud past this Cistercian abbey was the largest in Wales and boasted one of the largest naves in all Britain at 242 feet (bested only by York, Durham, and Winchester cathedrals). The abbey is the reputed last resting place of Llewelyn ap Gruffydd, who was killed at nearby Climery in 1282.
Pembrokeshire boasts a wide range of things to do see and experience. The magnificent coastline can be walked throughout the year and boasts a myriad of wild flowers seabirds and scenery which is quite special. … more >>