Llanthony Priory is a picturesque former Augustinian priory, located in the Black Mountains
area of the Brecon Beacons
National Park in South Wales.
Founded in the early 1100s by William de Lacy, it was a victim of Henry VIII’s Dissolution of the Monasteries, and today stands as a majestic ruin within the rugged yet beautiful Vale of Eywas.
The priory had a sister monastery in Gloucester, also called Llanthony Priory (Llanthony Secunda).
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||Disabled visitors and their assisting companion will be admitted free of charge to all monuments where an admission charge is levied. Please note that, for health reasons, dogs are not allowed on Cadw sites, but guide dogs and hearing dogs for the deaf are welcome.
A guide is available for disabled visitors to some of Cadw’s most popular sites. Versions of the guide for specific sites are available in Braille by telephoning Cadw HQ (01443 336 000). The guide is best used in conjunction with Cadw site leaflets or the Cadw Map of Wales. Guidebooks are also available for many of the sites.