The Farmhouse At Yetholm Mill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Another beautiful day in Beadnell we have been really lucky which the weather. We seem to have our own micro climate. Took a boat trip out to the Farne Islands on a lovely catamaran so no pitching or rolling and being sea sick. We saw lots of seals, swimming around the boat and lazing on the islands. The best time to see them is in October and November so there were not as ...
... when they are on holiday!!! Stepping out into the road without looking, pushing their prams into the backs of your legs. look where you are going it's not hard. I of course am a perfect driver, cyclist and pedestrian. Now waiting for apple pie to cook with a nice glass of C******nay watching the world go by. A trip around the Farne Islands to watch the seals is planned for ...
We awoke early to find The Holy Island shrouded in a sea mist and drizzle in the air. Luckily we are prepared for every weather situation and so we donned our rain gear and set off early across the causeway to Lindisfarne. Arriving about 8.30am we parked Polly in the large car park and sat and had breakfast and coffee whilst waiting for the rain to clear. Coming across on an early tide meant there ...
Hi everyone -- so sorry we've not been updating this more regularly. The email function on our Sony Satio has stopped working, which has made it essentially impossible to write entries and post photos to the blog. We're trying to get it sorted out. Meanwhile: we've finished the Pennine Way (hallelujah!) and are about to get back on the road after a few days off with family in York. We've got just over one month left ...
Technically, the Pennines end at Alston; an exclusively "Pennine" Way would end here (and would probably start in Dove Dale, not Edale). But the architects of the Way clearly wanted to tie in the Cheviot Hills, and the "Part-Pennine & Cheviot Way" wouldn't have been quite as catchy.
There's a lot of undistinguished farm country in between Alston and the Cheviots - nothing wrong with ...