Holiday trips to visit Holy Island of Lindisfarne, Northumberland View all self-catering holiday cottages near Northumberland coast
Beautifully renovated vacation properties are available within easy reach and day trips of Holy Island of Lindisfarne. It really is an experience to be on the island when the causeway is covered by the tide rendering it unreachable from the mainland. It is no surprise the people return to this special place year after year. Lindisfarne Priory remains a place of pilgrimage where the body St Cuthbert lay until it was transferred to Durham Cathedral in 1104. The attached museum explains the history of the site. The Lindisfarne Gospels, one of the world’s most famous illuminated manuscripts, were made in St Cuthbert’s honour, in around the 8th Century by the Bishop of Lindisfarne, Eadfrith. The Gospels are now displayed in the British Library. The Lindisfarne Centre is a good starting point for information on things to see and do. If you are staying in a holiday cottages you may have a view of Lindisfarne Castle, visible for miles above a volcanic heap called Beblowe Craig. This stirring site was built in the 1550s using stones that were taken from the Priory after the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII. It was converted in 1902 by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens into its current Arts and Crafts style.
Arrive to find your holiday house ready for your vacation to start! A turn key retreat clean and well equipped house .There are many beaches along the coast some award winning and some with amazing cliff tops. Walkers and ramblers will struggle to choose which direction to head off in.
Look for facilities in the rental houses that you may enjoy on holiday; en-suite bathrooms, gated swimming pools, gardens with barbeque for alfresco dining ..etc. Tumble dryers could be a good facility for winter walkers - all the facilities are listed alongside the property details to enable you to make an informed choice. If you require further help - please contact us