St. Cuthbert's House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Lindisfarne the Holy Island and Alnwick We carry our bags down 8 flights of stairs as the lift in the 300 odd year old building doesn't work. We farewell Edinburgh at 7.45 as we have to get across and back to the Holy Island before the tide makes the causeway impassable from 10.50 - 16.30. It is an Island where the very familiar St Cuthbert, a contemporary of St Columba, set up camp in about the 6th or 7th century. There is a ruined priory and imposing ...
Today we are on our way to Scotland, on the way we went to Alnwick Castle , which is Hogwarts from Harry Potter. After we walked a little bit of the castle we went to broomstick training were dad looks like he's been drinking too much in the picture but he hasn't, it was fun. Then we had to drive another heap to Arrochar, were we are staying in Scotland. It was at least 7 or 8 o'clock when we got to our little lochside ...
... it and along a nice white-sand beach, and past a BBC crew filming in the dunes. Found a great place to park near the beach for the night with a view of the castle and the kids were happy to play in the sand for the night. It looked like the film crew were wanting to take over our little car park in the morning so we moved on and stopped further down for breakfast. We were going to visit Dunstanburgh castle again but admitted defeat with their ...
We headed for Rosslyn this morning. It's a beautiful sunny morning and our spirits are high as we embark on yet another adventure!. Rosslyn Church is supposedly where the 'Holy Grail' and Templar Knights are buried. It's a beautiful old church. We had a look at the really old Kirk and listened to a fellow talking about the church. We then headed off for York. It's taken about 4 hours, we were hoping to find Yorkshire historic walls. Too tired to go looking - that'll be ...
... 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, ...