Priory House And The Oriental Brewhouse

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69 Church Street
Long Bennington
NG23 5ES

Priory House And The Oriental Brewhouse, Long Bennington

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A GRADE II LISTED GEORGIAN COUNTRY HOUSE with an Elizabethan Lincolnshire longhouse both licensed to hold weddings and civil ceremonies. Set in one and a half acres of romantic gardens and easily accessed from the A1 between Newark and Grantham. The imposing fascade conceals a fascinating interior filled with light and colour and exotic eccentricities. GUEST ACCOMMODATION.

The sweeping staircase lined with stars leads you to the three double bedrooms with private marble bathroomsBreakfast in the eclectic dining room or on the terrace weather permitting. Be fascinated: by the house and welcomed by Carole and Roger and their quirky collections. Fashion and sculpture are their passions. SELF CATERING in THE ORIENTAL BREW-HOUSE.

Mystical themes of the the Orient and Ethnic art infuse this ancient building with an overwhelming ambiance of tranquility. Relax beneath the oak beams relics or times gone by Steeped in history. Immerse yourself!The romantic Minstrel's gallery is a perfect hideaway for an intimate occasion or a comfortable weekend break.

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