Railston House

Address: 133 Main Street, Seahouses, Northumberland, England, NE68 7TS, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 133 Main Street, Seahouses, is near Bamburgh Castle, Farne Islands, and St Aiden Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Seahouses

Unexpected bonuses

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jul 03, 2015

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On our way out of Beadnell we stopped to look at the harbour and found a superb beach with views across to Dunstanton castle, and three lime kilns on the harbour wall. Then a few miles down the road we stopped to look at a Pele tower, built as a watch tower and ...

Lindisfarne and Bamburgh

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jul 02, 2015

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... till 7 pm. The island was the original monastery of St. Cuthbert, before Viking raids forced them inland, eventually to Durham. The priory is in the style of Durham cathedral, so mostly round arches with some pointy bits, but is still elegant. Lindisfarne castle, dating from the 16th century, is a twenty minute very pleasant walk away on a nice sunny morning. ...

Bede, Craster and Dunstanburgh castle

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jul 01, 2015

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... to Dunstanburgh castle. Spectacular location as always, built in the 1300's to cock a snout at the King's Bamburgh castle just up the coast. No wonder then that Lancaster who built it was eventually hanged as a traitor. The weather has been magnificent but the skies blackened during the walk back from the castle and we just got to tonight's b&b before the thunder, lightning and torrential ...

York to Alnwick

A travel blog entry by barbara.goodall on Jul 01, 2015

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... of black faced sheep and mauve heather. Continued to Whitby. And drove through but must return to explore another day, and continue the drive no.18 in guide book. After this we drove north on the motorway, stopping for a drink somewhere when a sudden thunderstorm appeared. On to Alnwick, we we had a below average stay in a b&b. Castle impressive though and we walked around ...

Brief visit to Lindisfarne, the Holy Isle

A travel blog entry by john.beach on Jun 30, 2015

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... of Lindisfarne, was actually destroyed by Henry VIII, not by Vikings, in his attempt to purge the Catholic religion from England. Monks here for several centuries, led by St Aiden, then later, St Cuthbert, made a name for themselves creating beautiful copies of the bible, illuminating key letters and words with their own gold-lettering and ...