1 edition of Tintern Abbey, County Wexford found in the catalog.
Tintern Abbey, County Wexford
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Kevin Whelan.|
|Contributions||Whelan, Kevin, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||DA990.W5 T56 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||93181902|
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Tintern Abbey - Wexford Guide and Directory, About “Wexford County Guide and Directory,” George Henry Bassett produced 7 Irish county directories in the s: Antrim, Armagh, Down, Kilkenny, Louth, Tipperary and Wexford.
The publication of Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford: Cistercians and Colcloughs. Excavations is the fifth instalment in the Department of Heritage and Local Government's internationally peer reviewed Archaeological Monograph Series.
The abbey was founded in by William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, and quickly became one of the most 5/5(2). Saltmills, County Wexford, Ireland. Tintern Abbey was founded by William Marshal c. Known as the Greatest Knight, Marshals impact is visible all across the south-east. From the Colclough Library the visitor has a wonderful view across Bannow Bay.
The Abbey was founded for the Cistercian order and the monks lived and worked here for centuries. Get this from a library. Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford: Cistercians and Colcloughs: excavations [Ann Lynch; M G L Baillie; Ireland.
Stationery Office.; Ireland. Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.]. 3 See Chronicles of the reigns of Stephen, Henry II, and Richard I (Rolls Series) K. Huwlett, ii, Bkunakd — The Foundation of Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford. The name of the Abbey of which we are in search is, however, not doubtful.
It was the Cistercian Abbey of Tin tern Minor, or " de Voto " in the county of Wexford. Situated on the west shore of Bannow Bay in Co. Wexford, Tintern Abbey was one of the most powerful Cistercian foundations in the South East until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in In William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, set sail for Ireland on his first visit as Lord of Leinster.
Tintern Abbey - Saltmills, New Ross, Ireland Y34 KR64 - Rated 5 based on 12 Reviews "Absolutely love this place x the gardens, the People, the tour, the 5/5(12).
Appraisal. A rectory erected by Caesar Colclough () of Tintern Abbey representing an important component of the early nineteenth-century domestic built heritage of Saltmills with the architectural value of the composition, one intended for the incumbent of Tintern parish but instead originally occupied by a James Vickers () owing to a dispute, suggested by such.
Gardener’s Trail – This walk starts at Tintern Abbey, which was founded in the early 13th century. Cross the Tintern River via the old stone bridge and enjoy the mixed woodland containing year-old beech trees.
About half way, discover the Colclough Walled Garden (admission charge) which once supplied the Colclough family who lived in the abbey.
Tintern Abbey, Wexford: Address, Phone Number, Tintern Abbey Reviews: /5. Europe ; Ireland ; Province of Leinster ; County Wexford ; Wexford ; Things to do in Wexford ; Tintern Abbey; Search. COVID Update: To limit the spread of the coronavirus, attractions may be closed or have partial closures.
Please consult government travel /5(). A Cistercian abbey, founded c. by William, the Earl Marshall, and named after Tintern in Wales.
The remains consist of nave, chancel, tower, chapel and cloister. It was partly converted into living quarters afterand further adapted over the centuries. The Abbey was occupied by the Colclough family from the 16th century until s.
Tintern Abbey is one of Wexford's top tourist attractions. The Abbey has 4 walks around the grounds, Tintern Abbey Hikes range from km to km.
Tintern Abbey Hike consists of wood trails to small country roads. We give guides to each walk including photos of each section of the Tintern Abbey Hikes. After landing at Bannow Bay in Wexford he bequeathed 3, hectares of land for the foundation of a Cistercian abbey.
The abbey was named after the one in Wales and also colonised by monks from there. To distinguish them from each other, the abbey in Wales was known as Tintern Major and the Irish one, Tintern de Voto-'Tintern of the vow'.
We recommend booking Tintern Abbey tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund.
See all 3 Tintern Abbey tours on Tripadvisor/5(). We decided to call into this place on our travels in Wexford county recently, Do you need to book in advance to visit Tintern Abbey.
We recommend booking Tintern Abbey tours ahead of time to secure your spot. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 hours before your tour starts for a full refund. /5(). Book your tickets online for Tintern Abbey, Wexford: See reviews, articles, and photos of Tintern Abbey, ranked No.2 on Tripadvisor among 30 attractions in Wexford/5().
Tintern Abbey was a Cistercian abbey located on the Hook peninsula, County Wexford, Ireland. The Abbey – which is today in ruins, some of which have been restored – was founded in c by William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, as the result of a vow he had made when his boat was caught in a storm on: Hook Peninsula, County Wexford, Ireland.
Tintern Abbey in Wexford was to be forever known as “Tintern de Veto” or “Tintern of the Vow”. It was to be inbabited by monks that came from the mother abbey at Tintern Abbey Major. The Marshal was also patron of Tintern Abbey Major, which was founded by his wife Isabel’s Grand Uncle.
Tintern Abbey (County Wexford), Wexford, Ireland. K likes. Tintern Abbey was a Cistercian abbey located on the Hook peninsula, County Wexford, on: Tintern, Saltmills, New Ross, Wexford, Ireland. Within a short time, after Henry VIII sequestered all Church property, he was granted Tintern Abbey in Wexford and all the Abbey lands.
Over the next two centuries his descendants, through purchase and fortuitous marriages, amassed further lands and established themselves in the north of Co. Wexford, in the Duffry, as well as in Tintern.5/5(1). Tintern Abbey, Wexford: Address, Phone Number, Tintern Abbey Reviews: /5 County Wexford ; Wexford ; Wexford Attractions ; Tintern Abbey; Search.
Tintern Abbey. Reviews #2 of 30 things to do in Wexford. Sights & Landmarks, Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings. Tintern Abbey. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel up to 24 /5(). TINTERN, or KINNEAGH, a parish, in the barony of SHELBURNE, county of WEXFORD, and province of LEINSTER, 3 miles (N.) from Fethard, on the road from Wexford to Duncannon Fort; containing place derives its name from a monastery founded here by William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, after his escape from shipwreck off this coast in the year.
The abbey is often referred to as Tintern de Voto, or Tintern of the Vow as a result. It was inhabited by Cistercian monks from a larger abbey at Tintern, Wales, of which the Earl was also a patron. Today, visitors to the lovely County Wexford site can view the remains of the nave, chancel, tower, chapel and cloister.
There are 3 ways to get from Wexford to Tintern Abbey by car ferry, train or car. Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner. Recommended option. Car ferry, train • 10h 47m.
Tintern Abbey, Saltmills, County Wexford Find us on Facebook These three looped walks start from the trailhead at Tintern Abbey, and offer a variety.
Tintern Abbey is secluded amid 40 hectares of woodland. William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, founded the Cistercian abbey in the early 13th century after he nearly perished at sea and swore to establish a church if he made it ashore.
The abbey is km from the town of Saltmills, and set amid wooded trails, lakes and idyllic streams. Tintern Abbey (May/June, Sept/October) Founded in it is an evocative piece of Irish monastic history. On a 45 minute guided tour find out why it is referred to as Tintern of the vow.
Hook Lighthouse. On a guided tour you can climb to. Named after Tintern in Wales, Wexford’s Tintern Abbey was founded c. by the Earl of Pembroke. Allegedly, when the Earl was in a sea storm, he swore to build an abbey if he got back to land, hence the alternative name of Tintern de Voto.
(Tintern of the Vow.). Tintern Abbey is a Cistercian abbey located on the stunning Hook peninsula in County Wexford.
The Abbey was built in c by William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, as the consequence of a vow he had made when his boat was nearly capsized in a storm nearby. Tintern Abbey.
Saltmills, New Ross, Co. Wexford. About our rating system. advertisement. In a lovely rural setting overlooking Bannow Bay, Tintern Abbey was founded in the 12th century by William Marshall, the Earl of Pembroke, as thanks to God after he nearly died at sea.1/3(1).
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The story goes that while fearing for his life on a stormy sea journey, he vowed to create a place of worship if he survived.
The result was Tintern Abbey which took it’s name from the abbey of the same name in Wales of which William was the patron. Cistercian monks from the Welsh abbey came to Wexford to inhabit the abbey. Website: County Wexford Heritage and Genealogy Centre.
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Colclough of County Wexford (The Wexford Gentry).5/5(1).
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Tintern Abbey was a Cistercian abbey located on the Hook peninsula, County Wexford, Ireland. The Abbey - which is today in ruins, some of which have been restored - was founded in by William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, as the result of a vow he had made when his boat was caught in a storm on: Saltmills, New Ross, Wexford Ireland.
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All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours.Hook Peninsula is one of Gallivanting Tours' favorite areas of Wexford County: very lush, green and fertile land on one side and the wild Irish sea on the other! This set tour takes you through an area with narrow and winding country roads and pretty.
This rare, surviving, example of a 16th century bridge is found at Tintern in Co. Wexford. Located over a small, tidal river, the bridge is situated just a short distance from the impressive ruins of Tintern Abbey, which was founded in the 13th has three plank-centred arches and is a defended by a crenellated parapet.
Made from locally sourced stone.