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All reviews peaceful place tea shop farm shop woodland walk feed the pigs art exhibition tea room beautiful building benedictine monks book shop peace and tranquility lovely grounds red squirrels working monastery well worth a visit red brick local artists
Peaceful and beautiful this working abbey is a great place to go for a walk, hang on a fence watching the pigs root around or learn about the history of the abbey. The farm shop sells lots of goods made at the abbey and a...More
Free to look round, although we made a donation. Looked in the church and a monk was praying, so quiet and solemn. Walked to old ruins where it was before. Bought a few things in visitor centre and shop, they have a tea room although...More
The buildings are all brick so a bit imposing - you can only get into the chapel which for me was dark and gloomy even after the eyes adjusted; I would love to have heard some live music in here.
Gardens have echoes of the...More
I didn`t know what i hoped to gain from visiting this place,passed it many times so finally we decided to go in.Started off with a tea and the usual latte,staff pleasant,drinks good but a little noisy due to being quite busy but probably better when...More
Called in at Quarr with a friend intending to just have a coffee - had to had food as I remembered how good it was! Had the soup of the day - tomato with chili - and it was brilliant - very tasty and nicely...More
There are not many places where you can visit both a working abbey and the remains of the old abbey, all set in beautiful gardens and sea views. Delicious cafe and the chance to buy fruit and vegetables grown on site.
A number of friends suggested we visit and despite coming to the island for a number of years we never had. We were not disappointed. There is a beautiful peaceful atmosphere and the church and information about it’s construction is fascinating. There is a small...More