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Set in a quite picturesque valley Talley abbey could be easily missed as you flash along the A road to another destination. This would be such a shame as it is a wonderful place with the back drop of the mountains and an old fish...More
We saw the sign on the main road and decided to take a detour and we were glad that we did! Sitting tall and mighty, the Talley Abbey is a must see and worth the stop. The information on the entrance wall and inside the...More
Although there is very little of what once must have been a most impressive abbey, the remains are beautiful any time of the year whether it is pouring with rain or blue skies with the sun shining or a rainbow overhead. The backdrop of hills...More
We were fortunate that the weather was good when we visited and the contrast of the abbey ruins against the bright blue Autumn sky was spectacular. The information boards explained the history and we found that very interesting too.
This ancient monument is in a beautiful setting. My great great grandfather, who was an agricultural labourer, lived here in a house called Troed y Rhiw, before he moved to become a coal miner in Blaenrhondda in the 1870s. The village is tranquil and it's...More
Spotted this whilst driving to another venue, and made a note to call in when we passed it again/
We stopped here for 30 minutes or so, just to look at the Abbey ruins (or so we thought). 90 minutes later and we were ready...More
Contrary to some reviews and its TripAdvisor title this is Talley Abbey, the Abbey in the village of Talley. The parking is limited but would more parking add to the quality of this quiet corner? The new signage is excellent and very informative.