We stumbled on this wondeful old ruin and asked the golf course manager if we could go back; we had to stop several times to let golfers "play through," but it was worth it! It is a little dark and scary, but the cloisters are perfectly intact, and I've never seen that in ruins of this age. We were also stunned to find a small plaque commemorating John Wesley having preached there in 1745. It's a gem, but listening to golf balls hitting the outside of it the entire time we were there was a bit disconcerting.
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