Brinkburn Priory

Nr Longframlington
NE65 8AR

+44 01665 570628

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Founded in 1135 for canons of the Augustinian order, Brinkburn was restored in the 19th century and now survives in its entirety as Northumberland's finest example of early Gothic architecture.


Ticketing and entry prices for Brinkburn Priory

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Concession 1
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Child 1
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Family Ticket - £10.10


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Peaceful and pretty

hungryveganfamily, Nottingham, United Kingdom
We love this place. The grounds are managed sympathetically for local biodiversity with cow parsley frothing in the Summer. Look round the peaceful Priory then visit the old house behind and be wowed by the romantic ruination. A café on site would be a great improvement as the location is remote & a stop off for travellers where no other facilities are at hand. Take your own sandwiches!

Fantastic Wedding

raperclan, Essex, United Kingdom
What an amazing location. The full venue was hired for the weekend, Friday night family and friends were able to relax in the beautiful house. Saturday was the wedding day... all of the rooms were beautifully dressed and the food was the best ever tasted at a wedding. A great photographer who took photos in the gardens and priory. Nighttime photos with sparklers and toasted marshmallows on the fire pit. Sunday saw the entire wedding part gather back at the house for brunch. Cannot recommend highly enough as a venue.

November wedding

drmary145, England, United Kingdom
Lovely setting for a wedding and all went very smoothly. Lucky with the weather and great autumn colours as they were able to take pictures outside by the ruins. Wedding itself in huge teepee which worked very well. Reasonable food, nicely served, pretty location. Bit of toing and froing outside so needed wrap/coat to stay warm

Tranquility in a lovely setting

lmorgan2015, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Expecting a ruin but it is more or less intact and now used for weddings. The manor house next door is also very interesting to look around although it is unfurnished and only has ground floor access. Car park is some distance and its a walk downhill to get to both. There is a disabled car park for about 4 cars part was down the hill.

💕Guests At A Wedding 💕

Foodsquad65, Newcastle
Beautiful place & setting . Although freezing cold throughout the ceremony. Tipi looked amazing & so nicely decorated . The food was top notch throughout the day into night . We stayed at The Cook & Barker & it was £25.00 in a taxi there & £30.00 back . Only 2 local taxi firms . It says on trip advisor & suggests Uber but they don’t operate here , our driver we had knew his stuff & was a amazing driver . All in all a lovely day x



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