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Lindisfarne Castle

From Tudor fortress to Edwardian retreat, Lindisfarne Castle is a dramatic landmark for land and sea. Perched on its pinnacle of rock, it commands intervisibility with Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Islands, the Heugh and Lindisfarne Priory and all the coastal waters around Holy Island. 301 more words

Places And Landscapes

northern wanderings #2

The last post ended at Seahouses, which is a fantastic base for seeing other parts of the coastline.  (I’m not sure how to avoid sounding like a tour guide, but perhaps this is temporarily turning into a travel blog over the summer. 873 more words

Summer Holiday #2- Castles and Islands

After a lazy morning reading and blogging we decided to explore Holy Island and Lindisfarne castle which is close to Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Lindisfarne is a castle on an island which is only accessible at low tide along a causeway. 305 more words