The Old Vicarage Bed & Breakfast

Address: 1 North Bank, Belford, Northumberland, England, NE70 7LY, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1 North Bank, Belford, is near Chillingham Castle and St Aiden Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Belford

    Our day in Kelso with our cousins

    A travel blog entry by danielprescott on Oct 08, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... and saw the ruins of Kelso Abbey.

    Then we walked on the side of the river Tweed and then drove back to the house and played in the backyard and then had dinner and then went to sleep.

    Travel North to Scotland

    A travel blog entry by danielprescott on Oct 07, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Rievaulx Abbey ruins to have a look.

    We had a long drive North as a part of the main road was closed due to flooding. Then we finally we drove into Scotland and to Kelso and stayed with our cousins Nick, Ally, Xavier and Isaac. And we had dinner.

    Amble in Amble

    A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Aug 27, 2015

    3 photos

    My friend Debs and I went to university together, ahem, a few years ago. I get to see her about twice a decade, so, being up in Northumberland, we decided we needed to meet up. Lynn and I took advice from one of the ticket-masters at Alnwick Castle, who suggested that we went to Amble. This person painted Amble in glowing colours as the Blackpool of the eastern coast, replete with tourism and restaurants. When ...

    Rothbury: Unchanged Since 1898.

    A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Aug 26, 2015

    4 photos

    ... disparaged my other suggestions. Necessity, as they say, is the mother.

    We needed to stretch our legs a bit, after so long in the car, so we went for a wander around Rothbury. Rothbury has a selection of the weirdest shops I have ever had to try to describe. There was one selling plastic animal figurines and stuffed taxidermy specimens, another sold skulls and dumper truck toys. Maybe the small boys of Northumberland have a peculiar taste in toys. We took ...

    Northumbria Community

    A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Jun 10, 2012

    28 photos

    ... from Belfast about our trip that illustrates just how different Americans and Europeans think about distance. We were talking about how the plan for the five of us from Greenville came about, and I said, "Well, Janet, Michael, and Pam were talking about coming to this retreat, and Bill and I figured since we'd already be here, we'd come, too."
    "You were already planning to be in ...