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St. Dogmaels Abbey, St. Dogmaels

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  • Whilst staying in St Dogmaels we dropped in to the cafe, the staff were very welcoming and polite we had tea and cake in the sunshine before exploring the abbey ruins which were quiet and peaceful - a...  more »
  • This ruined Abbey is a little haven in St. Dogmaels. It has a lovely cafe. We had coffee and cake, which was delicious. Good wi-fi connection too, for an area that had, for me, poor Vodafone coverage....  more »
  • I was half way through my week's holiday and visited the Farmers' Market at the Abbey. The selection of cheeses was excellent. I found a great mutton supplier and took a kilo home to freeze (for later...  more »
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  • A nice place to visit, this Abbey must be on the itinerary of fans of the ruined aclesiastic buildings. There's free parking, free entry and a duck pond with a fragrant array of water fowl. The Abbey is on the site of an operational church, which is also worth a visit. There is also a friendly black ministers cat available for strokes from friendly people who are not too rough.
  • Gorgeous beach, lovely clean cafe for that well earned coffee and food after or before exploring
  • Great hot chocolate at the coach. Warming treat in the rain.
  • Lovely Abbey ruins in the delightful village of St Dogmaels. A few minutes walk from the village centre and car park. On the edge of the Abbey site is the Coach House cafe & gift shop.
  • Pretty place, and amazing food in the cafĂ©. I also admired the local art.