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Minster Abbey

Church Street, Minster, Ramsgate CT12 4HF, England
+44 1843 821254
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So interesting, Tudor, Roman, Saxon buildings all on view

We had tea / coffee and cake at the Tea Rooms first - wonderful! Massive tasty scones, massive pot... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Stella H
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Westgate-on-Sea, United Kingdom
Minster Abbey Tearoom.

What a peaceful and friendly tearoom. Tucked out the way at the rear of Minster Abbey. Shabby Chic... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2017
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Church Street, Minster, Ramsgate CT12 4HF, England
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had tea / coffee and cake at the Tea Rooms first - wonderful! Massive tasty scones, massive pot of tea, lovely people. Very quaint and peaceful. Afterwards feed the ducks and enjoyed a stroll around the gardens, then on to the Tour. It was...More

Thank Stella H
Reviewed 4 August 2017

What a peaceful and friendly tearoom. Tucked out the way at the rear of Minster Abbey. Shabby Chic country garden with ducks wandering about. Lovely girl, Hayley serving at the counter. MASSIVE pot of good coffee and huge slab of delicious cake. Have a poke...More

Thank non-bias
Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

This attraction is full of interest for all visitors. The location is a place to relax and unwind around a lake/pond occupied with a troop of very contented ducks. The Abbey, with its museum, is a place full of information and tranquility which enables the...More

Thank ArkRoyalist
Reviewed 10 March 2017 via mobile

Lovely Tea Shop run by Looking Ahead students. Great scones and cake. Friendly Staff and lovely surroundings

Thank Ronald S
Reviewed 12 January 2017

nice pot of tea and scones, cream, butter, jam, served by dissabled people nice to see them working in comunity, cafe rather drab abd very cold in winter, nice place to visit in summer

Thank Brennda
Reviewed 8 January 2017

Location open ONLY on a Saturday 11-12 for guided tours. Well worth the wait. Fascinating and informative history provided by one of the 13 nuns.

Thank HummingbirdTX
Reviewed 9 November 2016

We stayed at the HI Express and wandered down to Minster Village on a cold Saturday morning. The Abbey sits back behind the Church of St Mary in spiritual & respectful recognition to the first place of Christianity in England, which arrived with St Augustine...More

Thank DenTreacy
Reviewed 17 September 2016

A visit to the Abbey, and especially the Abbey Cafe with its unique staff is a fantastic way to relax and let the pressures of everyday life be forgotten for a while

Thank ArkRoyalist
Reviewed 15 September 2016

Very nice and a peaceful interlude away from the normal hussle and bussle of live. Obviously not for everyone but would recommend taking a little time out to relax and visit

Thank penfolds_bin_95
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Nice grounds and old buildings. The sisters were particularly welcoming during our visit on a lovely sunny day.

Thank F_McTee
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