The Cisterian Abbey or Chaise Abbey to some, is a 18th century former Cisterian Abbey in rural England.   The rather nice Serenity Hospital was meant to be my last explore of 2013 but this Abbey cropped up from a friend so off I set early in the morning after … Continue reading
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 The Cisterian Abbey or Chaise Abbey to some, is a 18th century former Cisterian Abbey in rural England.   The rather nice Serenity Hospital was meant to be my last explore of 2013 but this Abbey cropped up from a friend so off I set early in the morning after … Continue reading
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The Cisterian Abbey

by , November 19, 2014

 The Cisterian Abbey or Chaise Abbey to some, is a 18th century former Cisterian Abbey in rural England.   The rather nice Serenity Hospital was meant to be my last explore of 2013 but this Abbey cropped up from a friend so off I set early in the morning after crashing at Project Mayhems pad to arrive at the grounds of this this estate.  A long convoluted route I chose that should hopefully keep me away from the gamekeepers and locals but, it didn’t quite work out as I had plannedas the long winding back road was filled with pheasants and they make a lot of noise!

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Reaching the building, entry wasn’t exactly difficult, and soon I was inside all alone to get the pics in peace finding the infamous chaise lounges straight away.

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The Grand hallway and stairs.

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This room was full of stuff, very difficult to get an actual shot showing it in full grandeur.

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Lots of renovations work are ongoing.

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Time to head upstairs and see what lies further inside.

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Had a choice of stairwells, not just 1 or 2, but 3!

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Quite a few lovely bathrooms too choose from!

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Into the basement for a couple more before the long walk back to the car.

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Always time for a cracking external on a lovely winters day.

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Thanks for looking!

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