2 edition of Mellifont Abbey. found in the catalog.
Ailbe John Luddy
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The abbey imported it's formal style of architecture from the abbeys of the same order in abbey was consecrated in and from this humble beginnings the Cistercian community spread out throughout Ireland founding other abbeys throughout the country with Mellifont being the model on which these abbeys were based. Our New Study Now that the dining room is open for the residents to sit back, relax, and enjoy the new summer menu & surroundings, it is now time to reveal our new study! This was previously our TV lounge, and will now be a calm and tranquil place for the residents to come, sit down, read a book or spend some quiet time meeting up with friends.
Abbey of Mellifont. In the abbey, with its dependencies, was given to Edward Moore, chief of the family Drogheda, and passed, in , to Balfour of Townley Hall, during whose term of ownership all fell to the speedy decay and desolate ruin of the present day. Sources. Submit a Review for Mellifont Abbey. We welcome residents/service users and their family/friends to submit reviews to This is not a formal complaint procedure or to be used for allegations of negligence, abuse or criminal activity.
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Mellifont Abbey Collon Co. Louth A92 YP73 Tel: () Email: [email protected] or use the contact form below. Directions Our monastery is situated in the village of Collon between Slane and Ardee on the main N2 Dublin to Derry road. Please note that the brown Heritage Ireland signposts in the area indicating “Mellifont Abbey” will [ ].
MELLIFONT ABBEY GUEST HOUSE From earliest times monasteries have practiced hospitality. ct makes it clear that all guests who come to the monastery “are to be welcomed Mellifont Abbey. book Christ, for he himself will say: “I was a stranger and you welcomed me” (Mt ).
Great reverence and respect are to be shown to all, [ ]. Mellifont Abbey, Co. Louth, Its Ruins And Associations: A Guide And Popular History Paperback – Aug by Anonymous (Creator) See all 18 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Kindle Format: Paperback. Old Mellifont Abbey Contact Details. Address: Tullyallen Drogheda Co. Louth A92 K Contact Details: 28th May to 26th August. Telephone No 41 Fax No: 00 Old Mellifont Abbey Mellifont Abbey was the first Cistercian monastery in Ireland, founded in by Saint Malachy, Archbishop of Armagh.
The abbey was built on the banks of the river Mattock about 10km (6 miles) north of Drogheda and about two miles from Monasterboice. Mellifont Abbey prospered and by it had one hundred monks and three hundred lay brothers.
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Whatever time of year you choose to visit Mellifont Abbey in Slane, it’s always a good idea to reserve a package deal. Our goal is simple. Mellifont looked charming on that propitious occasion, and presented a truly delightful picture, with its beautiful church and abbey buildings glistening in the sun in all the purity and freshness of the white, or nearly white, sandstone of which they were composed.
Yet, beautiful as were the material buildings, far more so were those stones of. Mellifont Press, Ltd. (London, UK) Series dates: Size: ″ x 7″ Mellifont Press began publishing in Dublin around with a mixture of Irish political titles, children’s books, fiction and other Press later has a London imprint.
Later titles include a range of pulp fiction, science fiction, and cheap reprint classics. Mellifont Abbey Mellifont Abbey On the eastern banks of the River Mattock, which creates a natural border between Counties Meath and Louth, lie the remains of Mellifont Abbey, the first Cistercian.
Collon House is a perfect location from which to enjoy the wonderful treasures of the Boyne Valley. Bru na Boinne (Newgrange) prehistoric megalithic sites, The Battle of the Boyne visitors centre at Oldbridge, Slane Castle, Old Mellifont Abbey and Monasterboice High Crosses are all less than twenty minutes drive from Collon House.
Mellifont Abbey (Irish: An Mhainistir Mhór, literally 'the Big Monastery'), was a Cistercian abbey located close to Drogheda in County Louth, Ireland. It was the first abbey of the order to be built in Ireland. Init hosted the Synod of Kells-Mellifont.
After its dissolution in Phone: () Mellifont Abbey is the first cistercian monastery in Ireland. It was founded in the mid eleven hundreds. There is a feature of an 'octagonal Lavabo c.' Visitors can walk around the ruins and see the original features of Mellifont Abbey.
One of the historical features is that William of Orange used Mellifont Abbey as his retreat during the. About this Item: M.H. Gill, Dublin, Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. pp lvii, Light wear to boards/spine. Numerous illustrations including two fold-out maps dealing with the Lordship of Mellifont and a fold-out ground plan of Mellifont Abbey.
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Louth, its ruins and associations. Dublin: J. Duffy for the Cistercians, Mount St. Joseph Abbey. Hotels near Mellifont Abbey, Drogheda on Tripadvisor: F traveler reviews, 1, candid photos, and prices for 30 hotels near Mellifont Abbey in Drogheda, Ireland.
Old Mellifont Abbey in County Louth was the first Cistercian monastery in Ireland, founded in by St Malachy of Armagh. The site is located just a 10 minute drive from Drogheda and features an unusual octagonal lavabo in which the monks washed their hands, dating from circa About this Item: Mellifont, London, First UK Paperback Edition.
Issued without a D/W. The book is in quite good condition. 96 pages. Contents are complete, clean and tight. Date in ink to top of the first page.
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