Lindisfarne Hotel

Green Lane, Holy Island, Northumberland, England, TD15 2SQ, United Kingdom | Hotel

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A pleasant stay in Amble

A travel blog entry by jordansgo


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


... is magnificent, surrounded my lush forest and green hills it is no wonder this town has been name the UK's most picturesque town. The castle and grounds has been very well looked after over the centuries and is still the home of the House of Percy which acquired the castle in 1309AD. The main section of the castle is where the Percy family lives and visitors have access to much ...

Alnwick Castle

A travel blog entry by havingfun


... 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


Today we went to sea! Drove to Seahouses and walked around. Then boarded our boat with 70 others to go to the Farne Islands. Went close to several islands, including Brownsman and Longstone, looking close up at colonies of grey seals and nesting guillemots, puffins, gulls, razorbills and many others, then learnt of the dramatic rescue by the lighthouse keeper and his daughter of passengers of the ship Forfarshire in Sept. 1838. Then ...


A travel blog entry by clarkgoshawk


The entire trip Robyn was talking of Alnwick Castle. This is the castle where they filmed the 'broomstick flying' scene from Harry Potter. It was also used in the filming of Kevin Costner's Prince of Thieves.

It is a magnificent castle. Since they filmed the Harry ...

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