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Had heard they had done a lot of refurbishments. Lovely for a walk through the Monks Garden or admiring the sea of bluebells. Didn't get to see the tree carvings but shall save that for another visit. There is also now a small community centre...More
Heard that the refurbishment was complete and went over for a walk. It was lovely. New paths and little garden areas created. Rhododendrons and bluebells in bloom. Cafe area open but visitors centre not.
Recently overhauled with a Lottery grant this historic site and gardens lead into ancient woodlands, Abbey Wood. Fantastic walking with well trodden paths and so peaceful for a woodland on the edge of London. If you have kids you can finish up at the childrens...More
A lovely place to stroll around the abbey ruins. The woods are nice with spring flowers in bloom. Well kept and tidy. There is a cafe and the carving of the monk is well worth a look. Well worth a visit.
I've visited Lessness Abbey since I was a little girl.
Mum never had a lot of money so a day out was a bus to Lessness and a packet Lunch - we loved it !!
Climbing over the ruins we were Pirates one week looking...More
Lesnes Abbey and it's woods are a hidden gem. It's just a short walk from Abbey Wood Station and about 35 mins away from central London. There are some shops near by and also a major supermarket on the other side of the station.