The Cistercian abbey of Tintern is one of the greatest monastic ruins of Wales. The present-day remains are an amalgam of several phases of building spanning 400 years.
View of the Nave's west window which is currently being restored.River WyeView of the Monk's DayroomOrnate arched doorway from the Abbey ChurchView towards the North Transept from the Nave.Sophie enjoying the tranquility and beauty of the placeView towards the North Transept from the PresbyteryThe abbey viewed from the south