Railston House

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

Cragside and Alnwick

A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 27, 2015

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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

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... her emotional....and the frustrations with my feet.
I took some Nurofen that Vicky from Croatia had kindly given me, and will start taking them every day for a while now to see if that helps to settle them down.

We got chatting to a lovely couple in the dining room from the south of England, also having five children between them, also 4 boys and 1 girl, of similar ages to ours. We spoke for ages and compared notes about ...

Wild Cattle and Haunted Castles!

A travel blog entry by bluebells on Aug 11, 2015

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... 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.


Battle of Skaithmuir

A travel blog entry by bluebells on Aug 08, 2015

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We stuck to one thing today: looking for the site where James Douglas fought the Battle of Skaithmuir on February 14, 1316. There are a few clues left in old writings, which have been passed on by David R. Ross, the author of the best book I know (there apparently aren't many to choose from) on James Douglas. Between those clues, his own picture of the location he believes it took place, and our GPS directing us to "Skaithmuir Toll," we set off.

The Battle ...

Holy Island

A travel blog entry by bluebells on Aug 07, 2015

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... and ended up with one leg and a hand also covered in mud.

Despite knowing the time tables, and knowing that even with the two and a half hours it took us to make the full round trip walk, that we were still only in the middle of the lowest tide--it was still a little nerve wracking to be out there, knowing that at a certain point, the water would be high over our heads if we didn't keep going.

During the ...