Brink burn Northumberland is our venue of the week
Set in the Coquet Valley, Brinkburn Northumberland is a hidden gem surrounded by acres of woodland and The Coquet River gently loops around the property, which creates a calming backdrop for any wedding. It’s also located close to picturesque villages, towns and near excellent transport links such as Newcastle International Airport.
The Priory and manor house ooze history with untouched interiors and combine rustic elegance with unforgettable architecture. The family-run business with a tightly knit team meets the client’s expectations and executes the day in a simple yet detailed way.
For a religious church service, The Priory can accommodate up to 120 people for a wedding or blessing – monks built this beautiful space in 1135 after being captivated by the unrivalled solitude. Or couples can get married in The White Room with up to 80 guests or outside on its terrace.
Continue the celebrations in the magical tipi which can dine up to 120 seated guests and this space comes alive in the evening. The White Room is also perfect for dancing the night away in if preferred, with the added benefit of the terrace. While the tipi is being cleaned and stored in the winter, micro-weddings occur in The White Room for 40 loved ones.
When nearlyweds book the venue for their wedding, they’ll receive on-site accommodation for 28 to 30 guests, exclusive use of the grounds and an extensive list of menu options. The venue also encourages couples to make themselves at home with its two and three-night stay wedding offers.
Check out: www.brinkburnnorthumberland.com
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