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All reviews stained glass lavender garden gift shop tranquil place beautiful building methodist chapel well worth a visit gardens are lovely tonic wine sensory garden book shop no charge fudge free parking cafe restaurant awe inspiring walk around
The abbey itself is a working abbey but we were able to have a lovely look around in there, and it had some beautiful windows - one in particular is well worth stopping to admire. There has been an abbey on the site for 1,000...More
Make sure you visit it all.
Restaurant, gardens, shop, working monastery, the Abbey and the Watermill opposite end to the Abbey. Unbelievable all this is free. Slight incline to the gardens so be mindful if unsteady .Easy access to all the facilities.
Good free parking.
Gooing out of season probably helped as there was not too many people. The abbey is not very old which, which is why it looks so good. There are some things of interst to look at inside it. The gardens are small but quite well...More
We visited today, after some years. There is something very special here, a great sense of peace and tranquility. Whatever your faith or not, come and see for yourself. The Abbey is beautiful, the exhibition centre has great impact. The refreshments/lunch are excellent and not...More
During our visit to Buckfastleigh we definitely made the time to visit Buckfast Abbey. The Abbey is breathtaking, and we were fortunate to visit while the organist was practicing. Not only was is a sight to behold, the sound from the organ was so wonderful....More
Visited the abbey whilst on holiday. Really impressed that the visit including parking was free.
It was a wonderful experience going round the exhibition which included a short film. Then a visit to the wonderful abbey itself. The organ looked very impressive and I wished...More
How nice to find somewhere where the large carpark and entrance is free.
Well worth a visit to walk round the beautiful gardens and grounds of the abbey.
Lots of seating places to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet.
There's a cafe, toilets and...More