St. Cuthbert's House

192 Main St., Seahouses, Northumberland, England, NE68 7UB, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $199.00
 

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A pleasant stay in Amble

A travel blog entry by jordansgo

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We had another very pleasant sail in good wind north from Hartlepool - so much so that we decided to carry on beyond Blyth to Amble, and glad we did. Nice little marina at the mouth of the Coquet River (brought back memories of living in Coquet 611 in first year hall of residence in 1970!) The plan was to head off to Eyemouth this morning but it was a bit blowy so we decided to stay another day and took the chance to walk into Warkworth about ...

Castle madness!

A travel blog entry by rangaphil

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... hot chips, we went for a walk down on the beach, which was a nice looking beach despite the cold.....although it is their summer. There were quite a few people out in the water at the beach, with at least 10 people on surf boards. We decided it would be best to test the water to see why people were in there.

It was freezing !!! Kind of like stepping into an ice bath.


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Alnwick Castle

A travel blog entry by havingfun

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... fully encosed castle. Kinda the best of both worlds. Graham asked if we could buy this one when we win the lottery. Ha! Not only did they provide tours of the castle staterooms but also tours of the history of the castle, the weaponry used to defend the castle, it is very close to the Scottish boarder, and tours of and about the filming they were doing in and around the castle for the movies. After we finished the history tour ...

Another "best thing" on our trip.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

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... black headed gulls, herring and lesser black-backed gulls, razorbacks. The whole experience was magical, at the best time of year - could have come back time and time again. Inner Farne is also where St. Cuthbert spent his later years, in about 690, and when he died, the followers lit bonfires to let those on the mainland know he had died. Back to the mainland then we went to explore the 11th century church and castle ruin at ...

Lindisfarne and Holy Island

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

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... at St Cuthbert's Isle, where he lived until he went to the Farne Islands. Climbed up coast guard watch tower. Spied hundreds of seals lying on sandbanks in the bay, but too far away to appreciate properly. Tried locally brewed mead. Then drove to Bamburgh Castle, looked at from outside and walked along the beach. Back via Seahouses to look at booking a trip to the Farne Islands bird sanctuaries for later this week. Dinner at Craster ...

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This hotel, located on 192 Main St., Seahouses, is near Bamburgh Castle, Farne Islands, and St Aiden Beach.
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