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Quarr Abbey Guesthouse

Ryde PO33 4ES, England
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09/07/2017 10/07/2017
1 room
  • 1 room
    2 adults
    • 2 adults
      0 children
      • 0 children
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        1 - 5 of 7 reviews

        Reviewed 28 September 2016

        What a lovely peaceful place, walked round the gardens and went into the church very interesting day out. Café and Shop were reasonable priced for drinks, food, produce which was grown by the monks Staff were very helpful food was quick and very tasty yes...More

        1  Thank patriciataylorjones
        Reviewed 6 November 2013

        This provides an opportunity to eat and worship with a community of 8 monks although there is no pressure to be a part of the many daily services. Breakfast is simple and based on toast and cereals - lunch and dinner are served in silence...More

        2  Thank David P
        Reviewed 29 August 2013

        Quarr Abbey was the silent haven I needed to get away from the busyness of life and get in touch with me. I stayed five days, and wish I'd stayed longer. Room was clean and simple, as was the food. The prayers and services each...More

        6  Thank Midgie T
        Reviewed 20 June 2013

        I stayed 5 days at the Abbey for my retreat. Rooms are basic but tastefully furnished. Generous food portion, eaten together with the monks in silence. Warm welcome given by the Guestmaster. While there is no fixed charged for staying at the abbey, a donation...More

        5  Thank Kar Yong L
        Reviewed 22 May 2012

        Quarr Abbey is home to a now small (about 9) community of Benedictine monks who came originally (early 1900's) from Solesmes in France during a time of persecution of the catholic church. It is a very large establishment designed to accommodate in excess of 100...More

        5  Thank clivecornwall
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        • 8
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        • United Kingdom >
        • England >
        • Isle of Wight >
        • Ryde
        • Also Known As
        • Quarr Abbey Guesthouse Ryde, Isle Of Wight
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