Hailes Abbey

Abbey in Gloucester

Hailes Abbey Landscape

Hailes Abbey is a former Cistercian abbey, in the small village of Hailes, two miles northeast of Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, England. It was founded in 1246 as a daughter establishment of Beaulieu Abbey. The abbey was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1539. Little remains of the abbey. It is a Grade I listed building[1] and a scheduled monument.

The site is owned by the National Trust but managed by English Heritage. There is a museum on the site holding many artefacts from the Abbey.

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Visiting Hailes Abbey


10am-6pm Jul & Aug, to 5pm Easter-Jun, Sep & Oct


adult/child £5.90/3.50

Duration: 20 minutes

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