Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel

Embleton, Alnwick, Northumberland, England, NE66 3UN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Embleton

Out of the darkness and Into the light

A travel blog entry by michael.bell

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Greetings comrades, the time has come to once again embark on another journey. I will fly to the other side of the world in search of whimsical happenings and a sense of freedom, which can never be found here. The career lords have once again expressed their dismay at my desire to carry on, rather than settle down to a life of 9-5 and X factor. As …

Oh No it's raining

A travel blog entry by jordansgo

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Late up as there is a weather front coming through and we are staying put until tomorrow (Sunday) Time to restock, shower etc and plan the next few days and the crossing to Amsterdam. Currently looking like Blyth to Hartlepool to Scarborough and then 48 hrs across to Amsterdam in one hit. Maybe in Amsterdam by Thursday 12th Lots to avoid in the North Sea - Wind farms, Gas rigs, sea lanes, practise and firing ranges apart from the rocks, busy shipping and a plethora of other ...

Fog on the Tyne - Not Today

A travel blog entry by jordansgo

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A more leisurely start today leaving Eyemouth at around 8am. After a short period of motoring we hoist the sails in a force 3-4 and enjoy a fabulous days sailing all the way to Blyth. Best days sailing yet. Detoured through the Farne Islands to take a look at the abbey on Holy Island (Lindisfarne) And Bamburgh Castle both just fabulous in the blazing sun. Arrived in Blyth about 7 next to a boat just ...

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 ...

Hydroelectricity

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell

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Today we went to Cragside, National Trust home of the late Sir William Armstrong. He was a lawyer turned engineer/inventor whose home was the first home powered by hydroelectricity. He palled up with Joseph Swan, who invented incandescent light bulbs (failed to patent same and Edison got in first), to have electric light through the house. House not open when we arrived ...

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This hotel, located in Embleton, is near Barter Books, Dunstanburgh Castle, and Howick Hall.
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