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Newburgh Priory

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Beautiful setting and gardens with a great house to explore

Newburgh Priory is another hidden gem worthy of seeking out. They host excellent plant fairs... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2018
Yorkshire, United Kingdom
it's about family

Well, that is what the senior citizen volunteer guide guide had to say. We enjoyed a tour of part... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2018
Thirsk, United Kingdom
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Coxwold, England
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Reviewed 28 August 2018

Newburgh Priory is another hidden gem worthy of seeking out. They host excellent plant fairs regularly but take the time to wander in the gardens and grounds; beautiful lakeside setting and far reaching views, ideal for picnics. The house is amazing, really quirky and different,...More

Thank YorksCaro
Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile

I visited Yurtshire with a group of friends for a hen weekend. The yurts were situated in a beautiful location overlooking Newburgh Priory with views of the chalk horse on the hillside. Each yurt was clean, well equipped with cooking equipment and the bed was...More

Thank mollie288
Reviewed 23 June 2018

Well, that is what the senior citizen volunteer guide guide had to say. We enjoyed a tour of part of the original house which remains a family home. Artefacts and fittings & furniture are, very largely, original and shabby chique. Portraits of the family are...More

Thank Alan186346
Reviewed 10 June 2018

I visited here as part of the monthly opening to the public that happens once a year. The house itself dates back to the Reformation and was built from the abolished Priory. It has an 18th Century extension. The house is very interesting inside and...More

Thank Yorkterrier01
Reviewed 12 April 2018 via mobile

I visit Newburgh when they have an open day on the summer Bank Holiday, when the gardens are open and you can also pay to see the house. This is well worth it to look around one of the most eccentric stately homes in the...More

1  Thank lbeilby
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

A beautiful Wedding Venue - good facilities inside too. The drinks reception was held in the ruins very unique. Some signage would have helped the guests on the day. Beautiful gardens and ideal for a Marquee on the lawn close to the main house and...More

Thank Susan R
Reviewed 6 July 2017

What a gorgeous place to stroll around. Fabulous lumpy topiary, Japanese garden full of azaleas, a wonderful flowering cherry avenue, bit of history and a great tearoom.

Thank stella19NorthYorks
Reviewed 14 June 2017 via mobile

Newburgh priory is a hidden gem Full of history. Extensive grounds and garden water garden is like a secret garden And to think it's still a private residence Well worth the visit

1  Thank artherdaily
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

Flower Power fairs: A delightful day of locally grown produce and a wonderful opportunity to explore the steeped in history gardens and house. The plant fair brought us here to purchase healthy and established nursery plants at great prices. Sited in the grounds over looking...More

1  Thank M5308QYmich
Reviewed 9 April 2017

Visited today ostensibly to attend a plant fair but there was so much else to see and explore that the plant fair played second fiddle really! The grounds are just magnificent, lots of wonderful vistas across the Howardian Hills and towards the White Horse of...More

Thank GwynethG306
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Sylvia M
16 May 2017|
Response from M5308QYmich | Reviewed this property |
Yes we took our Border collie and she's quite young! We didn't spot any dog dustbins but she was welcomed in the gazebo to dine on cake and tea and all around the beautiful gardens. She even took a dip in the lake!