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Tintern Abbeyby Well Polished Swansea, Nov 2018
On September 3, 1536 Abbot Wyche surrendered Tintern Abbey to King Henry VIII’s officials and ended a way of life which had lasted 400 years.
There’s a lot still going on at Tintern Abbey 500 years on! A major two-year programme of conservation work has been completed on the iconic 13th-century west front – one of the great glories of Gothic architecture in Britain. The statue of Our Lady of Tintern is installed in the south aisle of the abbey for all to see.
Planning a holiday or short break in the Wye Valley? Beaufort Cottage — an eighteenth-century property restored by Cadw — is luxuriously comfortable and has an amazing view of the abbey from its bedroom window. Find out more about this charming cottage.
The A466 from Monmouth to Tintern road is currently closed until early December. Diversion signs are in place — you can also reach us by using the road from Chepstow to Tintern.