Macdonald Linden Hall Golf & Country Club

Address: on A697, Longhorsley, Northumberland, England, NE65 8XF, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on on A697, Longhorsley, is near Cheviot Hills.
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    Travel Blogs from Longhorsley

    Cragside and Alnwick

    A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 27, 2015

    26 photos

    Weather: clear and fine. Travellers: back in England for more 'big houses with nice gardens'. We chose to stay in Rothbury on our way south to London, in order to visit Cragside, the magnificent Victorian estate and home created initially by Lord William Armstrong as a retreat from the smog of his home in nearby Newcastle. We set off after breakfast and, as the house didn't open until 11 o'clock we drove the six miles around the estate. On a steep, rocky, or craggy, hillside ...

    Sheepdogs, Clydesdales, Graves & more

    A travel blog entry by annieallison on Aug 21, 2015

    18 photos

    ... and the owner was super friendly even though we arrived just before closing time. We wandered around, enjoying some fantastic views of the surrounding hills and we both loved being inside the huge stables and said hello to orphaned baby Thomas and the friendliest sheep I've ever encountered who loved a pat. The adjoining buildings were full of memorabilia, photos and old David certainly enjoyed that. Outside we saw another ...

    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.


    Edinburgh Festival Fringe road trip 3

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Aug 09, 2014

    ... top where steps took us down to a rather nice wave-cut platform. There was quite a strong wind from the west but the sun was shining and this spot was completely sheltered. There were a few terns about but no evidence of any dolphins or whales.

    Somebody had the idea of getting some fish and chips because we were at the sea side. I thought that Amble would be big enough and touristy enough to support a chippy or two so we continued up the road and ...

    Phase 14 Day 2

    A travel blog entry by heather-stewart on May 20, 2012

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... Kirk, dedicated to St Cuthbert on what has been a religious site for over 1,000 years. The kirk boasts the first harmonium in a church in Roxburghshire (1872) and warm air heating (1873). The day was bright, the conversation light and fun. The boys climbed more trees and found many more streams to explore as we walked. Timings went out of the window as we enjoyed the scenery, the sun and the wonderful displays of wild flowers. Walking through a copse of trees and alongside the ...