Beautiful Cistercian monastery in the Yorkshire Dales - Jervaulx Abbey - Set in the midst of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, Jervaulx Abbey's dramatic and yet tranquil ambience has won the hearts of many of its visitors.

  • The History of Jervaulx Abbey near Ripon - Jervaulx Abbey is reputedly the second largest privately owned Cistercian Abbey in the UK. Situated 17 miles North of Ripon at the entrance to Wensleydale.
  • Jervaulx Abbey Tea Rooms and Visitor Centre - An ideal drop off before exploring our beautiful Yorkshire Dales and of course visiting our very own 12th century Cistercian Monastery of Jervaulx Abbey.
  • Park House Bed & Breakfast and Jervaulx Abbey Caravan Site - Perfect, serendipity, relaxing, fabolistic and superb are some of the words used by our guests to describe their stay at Park House Guest Accommodation.
  • Events at Jervaulx Abbey - Jervaulx Abbey has hosted many successful events, including religious services, civil wedding ceremonies, theatre companies, photo shoots and filming.
  • Jervaulx Abbey is situated halfway between Masham and Leyburn - On the edge of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, the atmospheric ruins of Jervaulx Abbey are situated halfway between Masham and Leyburn on the A6108.

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