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Steve4H wrote a review Oct 2020
Gloucestershire, United Kingdom127 contributions63 helpful votes
Very pleasant lunch. Reduced menu at the present time, but still worth a visit. Clean, tidy, well spaced tables and good covid protocols.
Date of experience: October 2020
1 Helpful vote
Busmantoo wrote a review Sep 2020
Winscombe, United Kingdom192 contributions120 helpful votes
not so much an "abbey" more a home for monks in a very secluded setting. You can drive up to the edge of the property and the Chapel is open to visitors. The views out over the Gloucester plain are great and you may feel nearer God (not just because of the height!).
Date of experience: September 2020
Tracey A wrote a review Dec 2019
Gloucester, United Kingdom4 contributions7 helpful votes
Stunning countryside, gentle walk to the Abbeys small church is enough to take on the views . Great cafe which sells fab cakes and religious gifts at reasonable prices. A place that literally soothes the karma ........
Date of experience: August 2019
LeeLee94 wrote a review Jun 2019
England83 contributions33 helpful votes
Stopped in the cafe for coffee and cake after a visit to Prinknash Bird and Deer Park. The service was very good, the victoria sponge yummy, and the coffee reasonable. I remember visiting here as a child and nothing much has changed! We really enjoyed our stop here and will return when back in the area.…
Date of experience: June 2019
S375RMannh wrote a review May 2019
Taunton, United Kingdom32 contributions11 helpful votes
Cannot see inside the Abbey just the chapel which is small. Signage and details not very clear and we had to ask in the cafe where to go & where to park.
1 Helpful vote