by H.M.S.O .
Written in English
|Series||Ancient monuments and historic buildings services|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
Restaurants near Basingwerk Abbey: ( km) The Ship Inn ( km) The Cafe at Abakhan ( km) Tea Rooms at the Pet Cemetery ( km) Bagillt Palace ( km) St. Pio's Cafe; View all restaurants near Basingwerk Abbey on Tripadvisor/5(30). The motte from the northern part of the bailey. Timeline. 8th century - Basingwerk was a Saxon frontier stronghold at the northern end of Watts Dyke (the dyke was built by King Aethelbald to protect Mercia after serious Welsh raids in and AD).. Before - The earth and timber castle at Basingwerk was destroyed during King Stephen's reign.. - The castle was . Basingwerk (Abbey) also known as: Abaty Dinas Basing Order: Cistercian, Savigniac. Basingwerk was founded as a Savigniac house by Earl Ranulf II (de Gernon) of Chester and was later incorporated within the Cistercian family. As a border abbey Basingwerk was patronised by both the Welsh and Anglo-Norman nobility. Mostyn Farm Ride and Cross Country: Mostyn Hall Flintshire - See 5 traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Holywell, UK, at TripAdvisor.5/5(5).
Henry Gastineau, engraved by H. Jorden. Basingwerk Abbey, Flintshire. cs. Museum Number E Basingwerk Abbey: Well kept and beautiful surroundings - See 30 traveler reviews, 57 candid photos, and great deals for Holywell, UK, at Tripadvisor.4/5(30). provides on-line street level maps for the whole of the UK. Basingwerk Abbey is the ruin of an abbey near Holywell, Flintshire, Wales, in the care of Cadw (Welsh Heritage).. It was founded in by the Earls of Chester, and monks from Savigny settled there. In the abbey became part of the Cistercian Order and therefore a daughter house of Buildwas Abbey in Shropshire.
Basingwerk Abbey, × ; 70 KB Basingwerk × ; KB Basingwerk Monastery, Flintshire, × ; KB. Buy Basingwerk Abbey by Robinson, David M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : David M. Robinson. The Cistercian Abbey of Basingwerk, Flintshire, Wales, was founded around , although the exact date cannot be confirmed. It was established by Ranulf de Gernon, earl of Chester () and was at first a house of the Savigniac Order in Normandy. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue.