Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel

Address: \N, Embleton, Alnwick, Northumberland, England, NE66 3UN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Embleton, is near Barter Books, Dunstanburgh Castle, and Howick Hall.
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    Cragside and Alnwick

    A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 27, 2015

    26 photos

    ... from room to room along the narrow corridors. There were some Arts and Crafts treasures, such as some windows and furniture from William Morris, but as the house was extended and 'modernised' they became overshadowed by more ornate and 'fussy' styles. Lord Armstrong was the first to use hydro power around the property which powered lights, a lift, a cooking spit, a dishwasher and fire hydrants. One glorious house per day is not enough for us so time to visit Alnwick. We drove on ...

    Sheepdogs, Clydesdales, Graves & more

    A travel blog entry by annieallison on Aug 21, 2015

    18 photos

    ... from the bed and with a great big mirror behind it. So much so that as we walked upstairs together they insisted we have a look. Boy the room up there, one level above ours was even hotter and the lady was saying she would feel way too self conscious having a bath out in the open. We couldn't see a problem with it and looked good to us!! :)

    We left around 11 and so began a slow three hour journey with lots of roadworks, as we made ...

    Wild Cattle and Haunted Castles!

    A travel blog entry by bluebells on Aug 11, 2015

    17 photos

    ... apparently Edward I visited Chillingham. Trombones, of course, did not exist in the time of Edward I. They would have had sackbuts. But it was still exciting to this trombonist to see a trombone. It's high time castles displayed trombones! Thereafter, we began to notice how many instruments he has spread throughout the castle, and it became somewhat of a scavenger hunt to see who could find them first in each room.


    Battle of Skaithmuir

    A travel blog entry by bluebells on Aug 08, 2015

    7 photos

    ... br> There was the very small creek mentioned by David Ross, the only one in the area, he says, at which James Douglas might have taken up his defensive position, as described in ancient records. Today, it is forded by a very small bridge, and almost entirely engulfed by a long, narrow trail of purple flowers fed by it.

    We could see the ridge over which some sources say the Gascons came, down which they charged.

    Today, Skaithmuir is peaceful fields all around

    Holy Island

    A travel blog entry by bluebells on Aug 07, 2015

    7 photos

    ... there just minutes before the official 'safe time' began. Chris dropped me off at the first pull out and I began my walk across the roadway--about 3-1/2 miles. It took me almost an hour. However, the scene in my book takes place on the sandy crossing, not on the roadway--in part because the roadway didn't exist 700 years ago.

    And so, Chris and I headed out across the sand and mud that had just an hour or so before ...