The Farmhouse At Yetholm Mill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Happy Birthday Anne!
Traveling down the wild and beautiful Northumberland Coast, our first stop was the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, which is reachable only at low tide, across a narrow causeway. As is typical for us, the tide WAS out, but this time we were pleased! The causeway was still covered in saltwater puddles, and it was an uncomfortable feeling not knowing how long it would be before the road would be covered (we had ...
... to have been constructed long before the first official record of its existence in 1107. Belonging to the Stuart family since the 15th century, the house was visited by Mary, Queen of Scots on a number of occasions, and we saw several items that belonged to her, including a gold shoe (her feet were tiny!), her crucifix and rosary beads, and the cradle she used for her son James VI of Scotland (who also became James I of England). The main gates ...
... Where does the cream go?" asked stuart
"Black and white cows, and the cream gets shipped back to you in Scotland - that's why it's double cream" pronounced Tony
…..2 things…I need a better handle on where our food comes from and at this point I needed another beer….hahahahahaha!!!!!
The day was honestly too short, but so well enjoyed. Oh my goodness, I love Scotland!
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 ...