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Tintern Parva Attractions
Parva Farm Vineyard, Wine and Gift Shop - Leave the crowds behind and stroll amongst the vines admiring the views of Tintern and the picturesque Wye Valley. Sample our award winning Welsh wine Abbey Mill Wye Valley Centre - Award winning Abbey Mill is a well-established independent family business and has been trading in Tintern village for the past 60 years. Set amidst b The Old Station Tintern - Built as a Victorian country railway station, Situated in the beautiful Wye Valley (AONB) the station is a quite haven from the hussle and bussle of Wye Valley - The Wye Valley is one of the most dramatic and scenic landscape areas in southern Britain. From the source of the River Wye on the slopes of Plynlimon Tintern Abbey - Cistercian abbey, founded in 1131 in the beautiful Wye valley. It is a remarkably complete abbey church rebuilt in the later thirteenth and early four Gregory Farm Horses and Ponies Protection Association - <strong>Sorry this venue is now closed</strong>
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Horses and Ponies Protection Associatio Wyndcliffe Court Sculpture Gardens - We are open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays from 3 May - 29 September, 11am - 6pm. Entrance to the gardens is free, though we invite don Veddw House Garden - The garden is set in the wonderful countryside of the Welsh border above Tintern. There are two acres of ornamental garden and two acres of woodland. River Wye - From its source on the slopes of Plynlimon in Mid Wales to Chepstow where it enters the Severn Estuary, the River Wye flows through some of the most a Piercefield Park - Piercefield House, often referred to by local residents as the ‘Old Mansion’ is unfortunately a historic ruin, although it is still very endearing and Virtuous Well - The Virtuous Well was once known as 'St. Ann's Well' and was famous for its cures. It is said to be four springs, three containing iron and each curin Chepstow Racecourse - Chepstow Racecourse hosts a mixture of Jump and Flat race meetings. The variety of weekend, evening, Bank Holiday and midweek meetings mean that you Chepstow Castle - In the 16th Century the buildings were adapted for a
more comfortable occupation, and came to resemble more a Great House
than a Castle. Yet in th St John's School On The Hill Preparatory Chepstow - From the age of 7 - 13+ years, children are taught in Main School by specialist subject teachers. A highArt standard of teaching and small class sizes Denise Yapp Contemporary Arts Gallery - Occupying an 18th Century historic grade II listed
building in the heart of the Wye Valley.
The gallery shows leading contemporary British painting Chepstow Leisure Centre - Chepstow Leisure Centre is situated within the grounds of Chepstow Comprehensive School. The facilities at Chepstow Leisure Centre comprise of: Swim Chepstow Museum - Chepstow Museum reveals the rich and varied past of this ancient town, once an important port and market centre. The wine trade, shipbuilding and salm Chepstow Bulwark Camp - The Bulwark Camp is located in South East Wales in Chepstow. This double banked and ditched fort remains impressive today. Located in the town of Che Offas Dyke Path - Offa's Dyke Path is a National Trail that stretches
through the border country of England and Wales, from the Severn estuary
near Chepstow in the Walks in Chepstow - Visit Chepstow's Walker's website with details of the Chepstow
Walking Festival highlighting the very best of the beautiful Lower Wye
Valley, and Chepstow Railway Station - Chepstow railway station sits on the Gloucester to Newport line and has direct links to
Caldicot, Newport, Gloucester and Lydney train stations. F
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