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Brinkburn Priory and Manor House - Things to Know Before Visiting

Brinkburn Priory, Longframlington, Morpeth NE65 8AR, UK

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About Brinkburn Priory and Manor House

Brinkburn Northumberland is a rustic yet elegant 12th-century manor house and Priory, Grade 2 listed stable block and private estate grounds nestled in a secluded wooded ravine on the banks of the River Coquet.The 12th-century church of the Augustinian Priory was completely reroofed and restored in the mid-19th century. It is one of the best examples of early Gothic architecture in Northumberland. Stepping inside will transport you back in time. See the striking stained glass windows and William


Attractions Near Brinkburn Priory and Manor House

National Trust - Cragside
National Trust - Cragside5.76km from Brinkburn Priory and Manor House

Cragside was the home of an extraordinary man, William George Armstrong (1810-1900). He was a scientist and technical innovator of genius. It was the first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electric power, using man-made lakes and underground piping. The grounds of the Cragside Estate offer up a host of activities that will keep you and your family busy and fit. There's a play area, a rhododendron maze, a waterfall and the Trim Trail, where the whole family can test their agility.

Fontburn
Fontburn8.57km from Brinkburn Priory and Manor House

Fontburn Reservoir is one of our smaller waters and consequently has a reputation as being a friendly, family orientated fishery. The popular fishery, holds both rainbow and brown trout, but the main area of wildlife interest managed by NWT in partnership with Northumbrian Water, is the Conservation Area immediately north of the reservoir.

Edlingham Castle
Edlingham Castle10.89km from Brinkburn Priory and Manor House

Edlingham Castle is a small castle ruin, having Scheduled Ancient Monument and Grade I listed building status, in the care of English Heritage. It has been described as "...one of the most interesting in the county", by Nikolaus Pevsner, the architectural historian. Edlingham itself is little more than a hamlet with a church alongside the castle.

Morpeth Chantry
Morpeth Chantry14.99km from Brinkburn Priory and Manor House

Morpeth Chantry is a superb 13th Century Grade I listed building situated adjacent to the site of the ancient bridge across the River Wansbeck at Morpeth, parallel to the 19th century road bridge built by Thomas Telford. It showcases local authors, paintings, photography, and music.There are lovely collections of handmade jewellery, glass and ceramics, and stitched fabric, that make wonderful presents, and local produce.

Warkworth Castle
Warkworth Castle15.02km from Brinkburn Priory and Manor House

Warkworth Castle is a medieval fortress in a loop of the River Coquet, built by the powerful Percy family, Earls of Northumberland. It was built in the mid-twelfth century either by Prince Henry of Scotland or by English forces after Henry II seized back control of Northumberland. The castle was besieged during the Wars of the Roses and was garrisoned during the seventeenth century civil war.

Carlisle Park, Morpeth
Carlisle Park, Morpeth15.19km from Brinkburn Priory and Manor House

Carlisle Park is a multi award winning park in the heart of Morpeth, Northumberland. Situated on the south bank of the River Wansbeck, it contains The William Turner Garden, formal gardens, an aviary, play areas, a paddling pool, ancient woodland, picnic areas, toilets, tennis courts, bowling greens, a skate park, and much more. The park has been awarded the Green Flag Award,the Love Parks Award in 2017, and 'Best Park' in Northumbria's in bloom competition in 2018.

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Northumberland is a ceremonial county and historic county in North East England. It is bordered by Cumbria to the west, County Durham and Tyne and Wear to the south and the Scottish Borders to the north. One of the iconic location wehivh was flourished with lot of tourists places.

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