Lindisfarne Hotel

Green Lane, Holy Island, Northumberland, England, TD15 2SQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Green Lane, Holy Island, is near St Aiden Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Holy Island

    History along the North Sea

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... the people and was very well loved. When he died he was buried in the church. Ten years later he was dug up to get his bones for a relic and his body had not decomposed. This was seen as a sign of his great spirituality. His body was taken to Durham Cathedral which became a pilgrimage site. Lindisfarne was a small monastery of only 10 monk maximum for nearly 1000 years but with Henry VIII came the dissolution, it was sold, ...

    The Border Country

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 17, 2014

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    Friday is a catch up day. Allen's back is giving him a bit of trouble and we have a lot of catching up and planning to do.

    On Saturday there is an Agricultural Show in Allendale. It's very much like a tiny country fair. We spend the morning watching the Hunters and Jumpers practice and compete and the sheep being judged. We are amazed at how many types of sheep there are. Something I suddenly realized is that all ...

    Northumberland

    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Lord Armstrong, and is still home to the Armstrong family today. Highlights included the massive King's Hall, where a ceiling of 300 tons of Siamese teak had been erected with nothing more than oak pins: not a nail in sight! There was also a good collection of armour and weaponry, the latter of which have been forensically tested and found to contain traces of human blood! Perched as it is on a basalt crag, the castle ...

    Farewell to Scotland

    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... century and were never reconstructed.
    We stopped in Melrose where the broken sandstone ruins of the Abbey are still a sight to behold, and had a walk in the sunshine, and then found another (enormous) stone monument to William Wallace. This is also Sir Walter Scott country, and there is a lookout at the top of a hill known as Scott's View, a source of inspiration for his writing, from where you can see for miles. We met up with Leicester and ...

    Edinburgh Festival Fringe road trip 3

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Aug 09, 2014

    ... first parking space after the A177 and were greeted by a display of lots of common wildflowers as we went through the reserve gate. It didn’t take us very long to find out first Dark Red Helleborine, but unfortunately it had already gone to seed, as had the next one. And the next one. We found hundreds and they were easy to identify but not one was in flower. There were lots of butterflies about including a couple of Painted Ladies and we met a chap ...