The Olde Ship Inn

Seahouses, Northumberland, England, NE68 7RD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Seahouses, is near Bamburgh Castle, Farne Islands, and St Aiden Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Seahouses

    History along the North Sea

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... to repair the castle. Then in 1894, Lord Armstrong who owned Cragside buys Bamburgh and spends 1 million British pounds to restore it with plans to make it a convalescent home for the upper middle class. He dies in 1900 and his nephew completes the restoration but makes it a family home. Now under the care of a trust it is open to the public and is really more of a museum filled with Armstrong collections of armory, ...

    The Border Country

    A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... ships and munitions. He became one of the richest men of his time. In 1863 he and his wife bought a piece of land on the bare moors and built a small weekend retreat. Over the years he added to it twice and they planted 7 million trees and shrubs. They built lakes up on the moors that would power the first hydroelectric lights in the world. Armstrong loved to tinker and invent and he put many conveniences into his ...

    Northumberland

    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... further down the coast to Bamburgh, where we thought we'd stop for a coffee. We drove around a corner and - my goodness - the dramatic and imposing castle was a sight to behold! Built around an 11th-century Norman keep by Henry II, on the site of an Anglo-Saxon fortress that was built 500 years earlier, the castle played an important role in the Border Wars of the 13th and 14th centuries. It was restored in the 19th century by ...

    Farewell to Scotland

    A travel blog entry by mandyandcharlie on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... our time in the north (midges notwithstanding) and could have spent a lot longer here. Next time, eh!
    Our Britstop tonight is a farm shop which according to the book had pick-your-own strawberries and raspberries. Unfortunately when we got there we found that they had had a bumper - and early - season this year, and all the fruit had already been picked. We had a great night with the Wilsons, with the boys sampling some of Charlie's Scottish purchases.
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    Edinburgh Festival Fringe road trip 3

    A travel blog entry by penguinchris on Aug 09, 2014

    ... species to be seen in the quarry. It looked like we would be a few weeks too late for the Durham Brown Argus butterflies, a sub-species of Northern Brown Argus, and for the other interesting orchid species such as Pyramidal and Fragrant, but Dark Red Helleborine, which can really only be seen in a few places on the Magnesian Limestone formations of this part of the world are described as flowering from July to August so we hoped we would be in luck. We ...

    Traveler Photos The Olde Ship Inn Seahouses

    At harbour in seahouses
    Northumberland, United Kingdom