Budle Hall

Bamburgh, Northumberland, England, NE69 7AJ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in Bamburgh, is near Bamburgh Castle, Farne Islands, and St Aiden Beach.
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    History along the North Sea

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... Her 2 lambs take advantage for a quick meal and still she can’t get loose. I’m afraid she will break her leg. We call our hosts who put on their coats and Wellingtons and head out with a big pair of wire cutters to set her free. I guess the wire cutters were too much for her and she yanked her leg free just as they got close.

    Tuesday and Wednesday are predicted to be the best days of the week so we ...

    The Border Country

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... to see.

    Our second stop is at Craigside. Craigside was built by Lord Armstrong. Born in 1810 he was a frail child and often sent to Rothbury for his health. He was the son of a corn merchant who wanted him to have a profession and encouraged him to study law. But Armstrong was a natural engineer. He figured out how to make a hydraulic crane and by the 1840's he had factories churning out hydraulic machinery, ...


    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... further down the coast to Bamburgh, where we thought we'd stop for a coffee. We drove around a corner and - my goodness - the dramatic and imposing castle was a sight to behold! Built around an 11th-century Norman keep by Henry II, on the site of an Anglo-Saxon fortress that was built 500 years earlier, the castle played an important role in the Border Wars of the 13th and 14th centuries. It was restored in the 19th century by ...

    Farewell to Scotland

    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... our time in the north (midges notwithstanding) and could have spent a lot longer here. Next time, eh!
    Our Britstop tonight is a farm shop which according to the book had pick-your-own strawberries and raspberries. Unfortunately when we got there we found that they had had a bumper - and early - season this year, and all the fruit had already been picked. We had a great night with the Wilsons, with the boys sampling some of Charlie's Scottish purchases.

    Edinburgh Festival Fringe road trip 3

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Aug 09, 2014

    ... checked in to the hotel and debating whether we might eat there tonight because they had both a carvery and an Indian menu, cooked by chefs 'specially brought in from Newcastle’. The lady in the hotel told us where the chip shop was and we were soon sitting on the harbour ‘wall’ and enjoying fish cake, chips, mushy peas and gravy whilst admiring a huge bull Grey Seal that was doing a regular patrol of the main part of the small ...