Waverley Abbey (Farnham) Reviews
Description:Waverley Abbey was built in 1128 and was Britain's first Cistercian Abbey
Newest Review: ... ruins are still a fascinating sight, with some full walls, and partial rooms still standing. You can see the wonderful arcitecture from these early days of England, and it really is amazing to see, in the daylight. At night time, the Abbey is a whole new place! I have been there many times with friends on a ghost hunt, and if you do not believe in ghosts, I am sure this place will totally ... more
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by - written on 27/04/10 (Very useful, 442 readings)
I first heard of Waverley Abbey when some friends wanted to go there one halloween to go ghost hunting, as it one of the most haunted places in the UK. It is situated just outside of Farnham Town Centre, Surrey, on the bend of the River Wey. Waverley Abbey was the first Cistercian abbey in England, and it was founded in 1128 by William Giffard, who was the Bishop of Winchester. Today, only the ruins of this once wonderful Abbey remain, but the ruins are still a fascinating sight, with some full walls, and partial rooms still standing. You can see the wonderful arcitecture from these early days of England, and it really is amazing to see, in ... Read the complete review
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