Holy Island, Bamburgh & Seahouses
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Our first stop is the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, a tidal island off the North East coast where you can follow in the footsteps of the ancient monks who built the Priory almost 1400 years ago. We continue onto the Northumbrian village of Bamburgh famous for its Castle and for the Grace Darling RNLI Museum, which commemorates the life of Victorian Britain’s greatest heroine. Later in the day we proceed onto Seahouses, our last stop for today, a seaside fishing town with a working harbour and home to massive seal colonies. Seahouses has plenty of shops and restaurants; perhaps you may want to treat yourself to fish and chips before our journey home.