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Set in a peaceful and picturesque wooded valley, Roche Abbey was founded in 1147, with stonework dating back to around the 1180's. Thanks to Capability Brown who landscaped the area in the 18th Century, we now boast the most complete foundations of...more
Visited Roche Abbey after seeing it mentioned in the museum at Clifton Park. Walked round the outside of the fenced area being able to see the ruins without paying. Which for our visit was a blessing and children were climbing on the ruins and having...More
They are what it says they are. A beautiful quiet area out the way, nicely kept grounds and easy accessed. The staff was helpful and pointed out a nice woodland walk follows around it also which includes a small man made waterfall
I visited the abbey with my new girlfriend as a place for a romantic and peaceful picnic and it certainly did not disappoint. It wasn’t too busy but not quiet either, just right. Nice little shop with the usual goodies and toilet and the staff...More
Roche Abbey is a spectacular ruin and a lovely spot for a walk and I found it difficult to rate more highly based on the lack of decent parking and the lack of services. If you love quiet walks the are fairly taxing you can...More
This ruin is set off the road, you have to go down a mostly single lane road, some cobbled, to get there. You will come to a car park, if you go left there is another one at the ticket office. Toilets and drinks available....More
We have not visited Roche Abbey for around 30 years even though it is on our doorstep. On the day of our visit it was sunny and warm. We were greeted by the English Heritage representative on arrival and offered a variety of guides etc....More
We visited on a sunny day and were met by the impressive site of the abbey gatehouse with its awe-inspiring ceiling. After looking around the abbey gatehouse, we went in to the visitor entrance and was given a mini introduction to the abbey by the...More
Roche Abbey is one of those places I could never tire of visiting. Set in a picturesque valley, it's off the beaten track, a few miles from Rotherham and you do have to negotiate a cobbled road down to the car park, but it's worthwhile...More
We had not visited Roche Abbey for quite a long time and, because it was a lovely, sunny day, my wife and I decided to walk there along a public footpath.
Starting at Brookhouse we followed the freight, railway line for about a mile then...More
called in on a lovely sunny morning not knowing what to expect. we parked the car up and walked towards the abbey which did look in remarkable condition. the abbey was closed that day so we went on an exploratory walk which lead round the...More