The gardens at Abbey Dore Court
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The name, Abbey Dore, came into being in the 18th century combining the Modern English word abbey for the Cistercian Abbey in the village and the river name dore from Primitive Welsh meaning 'water'.
Abbey Dore Court has large gardens open to the public in spring and summer.
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