Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range

Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
City Sightseeing Oxford Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Hop aboard your City Sightseeing open-air bus from any of the 20 routed stops that are conveniently situated around the city. Take a seat inside or on the open-air top deck then sit back and relax as you ride through Oxford home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world.With your 24- or 48-hour ticket choose to stay on the bus for the entire loop or hop on and off at any of the stops to explore the city’s sights. See the Itinerary for a list of stops. As you travel plug into the informative audio commentary and admire the timeworn honey-colored buildings.Perhaps hop off at the New Road stop to visit Oxford Castle. Learn how the medieval Norman castle was mostly destroyed during the English Civil War
From GBP14.00
 
Entrance Ticket to Brunel's ss Great Britain
"The entrance ticket to Brunel's SS Great Britain allows you to explore cabins saloons and access all areas of the ship to take in the sights sounds and smells of a Victorian voyage. Climb the rigging dress up in Victorian costumes and see a working replica of the engine. Head below the ship where desert-like conditions preserve the hull. Don’t miss the Dockyard Museum which takes visitors through a million miles spent at sea and 170 years of fascinat you will be able to purchase a dockyard companion which will give you more information about your visitor experience and the SS Great Britain’s fascinating history.Descend ‘under water’ in the Dry Dock to see the spectacular sights of the ship’s and the high-tech glass ‘sea’ now protecting the oldest iron hull in the world. Follow this with a visit to the Dockyard Museum where you can view archive film footage which captures the excitement and emotion of the SS Great Britain’s homecoming. Here you can also take the time to discover the highs and lows of the ship’s dramatic history
From GBP14.00
 
Tee Time at an 18-Hole Golf Course in Cardiff
"Visitors will receive a very warm welcome at this 18-hole golf course set in beautiful Welsh countryside just outside Cardiff and can look forward to an exhilarating round. Book a tee time at the time that is best suitable for you and your party and enjo friendly and relaxed atmosphere.The Clubhouse complements the magnificent surroundings and its large patio area has perfect views that overlook the 1st Fairway and 18th Green. It is the perfect location to complete your day’s golf have a meal and take refreshments. There’s a great view over the 18th hole and the club’s grand patio doors open up onto a large area where you can sit and watch your fellow golfers putt on our course’s final hole. The Clubhouse also serves a selection of hot and col nearest the pin longest drive and much more."""
From GBP15.00

More Things to Do in Tintern Abbey

Tips

Splendid view from the Devil's Pulpit!

Tintern Abbey is in a spectacular location next to the snaking River Wye. There are footpaths and woodland walks heading off in several directions into Wales and England. For a special view of Tintern...
View More
Tips

Don't forget Tintern village!

Of course, the majestic Tintern Abbey is the main attraction in the area. But Tintern is a pleasant, picturesque village too. For the most part, it hugs the west bank of the River Wye, so you are...
View More
Tips

Visiting the Abbey with good friends....

OK, so I have to admit, visiting the Abbey with good friends is fun. But if you know my friends you will know that this group is not necessarily to bunch to bring together for a Wordsworth "inner...
View More
Tips

Cows in the field at Tintern Abbey

There were cows in the field right next to the Abbey. This was kind of nice in my opinion. It took away from the feeling of just being at some historic ruins, and brought the place back into the real...
View More
Tips

Read the poem while walking through the ruins

My daughter Katie majored in English literature in college, however she majored in Elizabethan Poetry and not necessarily the Romantics like Wordsworth. So she decided to buy a copy of the poem at the...
View More
Tips

Walk along the Wye River

When visiting Tintern Abbey, you can do like Wordsworth, and relax on the banks of the Wye River. There is a parking lot at the gift store and ticket admissions office. Just behind the store you can...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Tips

Tintern Trail

If you have the time why not take the time to do the Tintern Trail, there is a map by the side of the river and it looks to be a nice interesting walk that takes in all the attractions of Tintern. The...
View More
Tips

The Abbey

Tintern Abbey was a Cistercian abbey which was founded in 1131 and is probably one of the greatest monastic ruins of Wales, It has a remarkably complete abbey church which has been rebuilt in the...
View More
Tips

Visit the Great looking Village Pub

Tintern has a fantastic looking village pub. Unfortunately we didn't pop in here during our visit but will definitely go in when we venture up to this neck of the woods in the future. I'll be able to...
View More
Tips

Follow the Waymarked walking Trails

Tintern is perfectly positioned alongside the River Wye and forms part of the area which has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are numerous walking trails to follow. There...
View More
Tips

Visit the Abbey

Tintern Abbey is set amongst the picture postcard scenery of the Wye Valley, alongside the River Wye. The remains of the Cistercian Abbey as they are seen today date back from the 13th Century...
View More
Tips

walk around the abbey

The abbey though badly destroyed, shows how large it would have been with its outside buildings - infirmary and dormatory for lay brothers.Many rose windows and arches add to the beauty of the...
View More
Tips

Visit Tintern Abbey

Although now roofless and in need of repair [restoration being done 2008], it is a magnificent building. The Great Church, though now roofless and undergoing repair,is much as it was then.It has a...
View More
Tips

tintern abbey

pictured is the interior of tintern abbey. this beautiful ruin was founded in 1131AD by walter de clare. it is the first cistercian abbey in wales. this ruin was the inspiration for william...
View More

Hotels Near Tintern Abbey

Hotels
on A466, Tintern NP16 6SF, Wales, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
A466 Tintern Parva, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 6SF, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
1 Tintern, Chepstow, NP16 6SQ, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
16 Bridge Street, Chepstow, NP16 5EZ, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Welsh Street, Chepstow, NP1651N, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Beaufort Square, Chepstow, NP16 5EP, United Kingdom
Show Prices

Top 5 Tintern Abbey Writers

littlesam1's Profile Photo

littlesam1

"Waxing Poetic with Wordsworth and Tintern Abbey"
View Member
Balam's Profile Photo

Balam

"Not just an Abbey"
View Member
sue_stone's Profile Photo

sue_stone

"Tintern Abbey"
View Member
mart8777's Profile Photo

mart8777

"Tintern Abbey"
View Member
Myfanwe's Profile Photo

Myfanwe

"Picturesque Tintern"
View Member