Newark Priory

Newark Priory, Ripley: Tickets, Tours, Address, Newark Priory Reviews: 4/5

Newark Priory
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MarkMahoney
Aldershot, UK1,557 contributions
Impressive ruin
May 2020 • Couples
Impressive ruin which can be seen from the river and tow path. Very scenic settings around here and fabulous for walking.
Written May 5, 2020
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GlobetrottingViking
Thatcham, UK2,227 contributions
Stunning View
Feb 2020
Sadly you cannot come close to these magnificent ruins as they are located on private lands. But there is good view from the road, or along the towpath by the river.
Written February 27, 2020
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David R
Ripley, UK47 contributions
Great
Feb 2019 • Solo
Great place to see on a cold and frosty morning. When he sun is coming up and it's misty the place is beautiful. Alas it's on privately owned land so is difficult to actually walk amongst the location. Walk along the path and take your camera!!
Written February 12, 2019
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Heather H
Egham, UK628 contributions
Can’t get near
Oct 2018 • Couples
I don’t think this can be really classed as an attraction as you can’t get near it. However, the walk along the canal and lock is nice. I’d suggest who ever owns it should open it to public even just got a few days - most people would be prepared to pay to see it.
Written October 21, 2018
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CR8
Great Bookham, UK794 contributions
Disappointing - can't get close to it
Jun 2018 • Solo
This may be a grade I listed building, but it can only be seen from a distance as it is on private property and there is no public access.

Its a ruin and with a big camera lens is quite good for a photograph, but that's about it.

Pity would like to have looked around.

No photo, as it was too far away from the path.

Not worth a special trip.
Written July 16, 2018
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laneyrandell
Woking, UK86 contributions
Difficult to get near.
Jul 2018 • Family
Newark Abbey is a landmark but not accessible to the public though I gather their have been gatherings early in the morning for Easter Sunday. It can be viewed from the road heading for Ripley or alternately from the other side from the river bank near the lock before arriving at Ripley. A bit disappointing.
Written July 10, 2018
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rayrest
London, UK7,342 contributions
Ruins
Jul 2018 • Couples
The base and walls are still here but the rest is in ruins of this 12th century priory near to the river Wey. About a 5 minute drive from the A3.
Written July 9, 2018
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redsky33
Surrey22 contributions
A Few Remains of a former Monastery
Jul 2017 • Couples
This can only be seen from the nearby road or riverside walk as it stands on private land. There is really not very much to see. It was dissolved at the time of Henry VIII and does not offer much interest except to specialists. However there are lots of very nice walks in the area so worth a trip to see it.
Written December 22, 2017
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10stop
Weston super Mare, UK9 contributions
Photoshoot
Oct 2017 • Business
Arranged a photoshoot with a beautiful model for this location, an amazing interesting structure with so much history
Written October 8, 2017
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Jet708689
9 contributions
Mr. David. Boyt
Aug 2017 • Solo
one of Surrey.s oldest ruined buildings in picturesque settings beside the river Wey. which flows from beyond Godalming to Weybridge where it meets the Thames.
Written August 6, 2017
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