Maredsous Abbey is a Benedictine monastery at Maredsous, in the municipality of Anhée, Wallonia, Belgium. It is a founding member of the Annunciation Congregation of the Benedictine Confederation.
The abbey was founded as a priory on 15 November 1872 by Beuron Abbey, with the financial support of the Desclée family, who donated some land and paid for the plans and construction of the buildings which were designed by Jean-Baptiste Bethune.
Michael Desmedt | Sep 29, 2017
Very nice place but busy. Try the locally made 'tartine au fromage de Maredsous if you are hungry. Place is a well known stop for bikers.
Themistoklis Pyrgiotis | Apr 9, 2018
Nice glass of bear, beautiful place.
Andrew M | Sep 3, 2017
while their beer may be good it is more expensive here than a bar or food store. the breads and cheeses are more expensive here than at the food store. this is kind of a tourist trap. you can see from the receipt the cost of a pizza, soda and two coffees.
Virginie Delepierre | Apr 12, 2018
Good destination for a family afternoon
Fábio Oliveira | Mar 25, 2017
Epic Abbey. Epis view. Great place.
Josep | Aug 6, 2016
Good place for tasting the beers and cheeses made by the monks. The visit inside the abbey is not recommended if you think you are going to see their brewery. Only how monks live. Visits are not in English.
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