|Other names||St Nicholas's Priory|
|Established||Between 1154 and 1189|
|Founder(s)||William de Say|
|Location||Brompton Regis, Somerset, England|
|Grid reference||grid reference SS925285|
|Visible remains||Walling at Barlynch Farm|
Barlynch Priory (also known as St Nicholas's Priory and sometimes spelled Barlich Priory) in Brompton Regis, Somerset, England was Augustinian priory founded, by William de Say, between 1154 and 1189 and dissolved in 1537.
In 1524 the priory was at its largest with nine cannons.
The only visible remains are some fragments of walling attached to Barynch farmhouse, which have been designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument (Somerset County No 182). It has been added to the Heritage at Risk register because of the risk of collapse.
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