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Entry to the abbey Ruins is £2.00 per adult and £1.25 for seniors. You are provided with an information sheet detailing a circular walk through the ruins, with sections explaining what each particular part of the building was previously used for prior to the dissolution...More
I have stayed again at this wonderful place. The setting is so peaceful and tranquil.
The staff are excellent and very helpful always with a smile.
Breakfast is really good.
We will be back.
Thank you to the delightful team at the Abbey.
This is a hidden gem. You can loose yourself in the ruins of the old Abbey and walk quietly by the river. It is designed for peace and meditation. A place to escape the world just for a while and return refreshed
I have always loved history. Driving into Whalley you quickly become aware that this is a special place.
The Abbey grounds are very peaceful which is not surprising as this has been a place of prayer for 700 years.
Using the guide available at Reception...More
We have been regular visitors to the abbey and the cafe and today decided to visit with our dog, assuming the grounds were dog friendly.
When getting out of the car we were accosted by a rude woman at the gatehouse who said that dogs...More
The site and ruins was larger than expected and the remains were interesting to wander around and look at. It was a bit confusing as to whether there was a fee to enter or not. Could have been better with a few information boards displaying...More
I had thought this was a free place to look round but found out on arrival its £2 adult and £1.25 for senior citizen.I didnt mind really we had a nice afternoon .however it did seem after we had payed the hut closed and you...More
Depending on your age & fitness level & you knew the quickest route certainly less than 10 minutes. You need to ask for Broad Lane, or from train station cross the road, at the end of Broad Lane, turn left & your walking... More
Depending on your age & fitness level & you knew the quickest route certainly less than 10 minutes. You need to ask for Broad Lane, or from train station cross the road, at the end of Broad Lane, turn left & your walking towards the Abbey which is on the right. My husband reckons only 6 minutes.