One of our directors visited with Tia the Labrador and her mistress in September 2012. The Abbey is situated in an attractive rural location. We took a leisurely stroll around the ruins. There are a number of information boards around the site plus an interesting audio tour which really brings the history of the Abbey to life. We noted a dog water bowl was available near to the museum and there were several well placed benches for taking in views or for picnics.
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DogPeople Says : Hailes Abbey
2 miles North East of Winchcombe off B4632 (OS map 150; ref SP 050300). Parking 20m from entrance.
Explore the grounds of Hailes Abbey with your dog and Imagine how the monks and lay brothers once lived, ate and slept, and see the clever Cistercian drain which still works after 750 years.
Check the English Heritage website for details.
Dogs on leads are welcome at Hailes Abbey. Please note that restrictions may apply to certain areas of the site.
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