The Abbey itself is less than 100 years old but nevertheless a very impressive building and unusually "modern" inside. The grounds are beautifully maintained and must be really attractive during the summer. I really liked the herb garden. The cafe / restaurant is modern and reasonably priced and provides catering for the adjacent conference centre. The much older monastery buildings (not open to the public of course) are adjacent to the Abbey.
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