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Things to do

There is no shortage of sights, activities and attractions in the area.

Visit Lindisfarne Castle and Priory, St Aidens Winery Mead and enjoy the islands nature reserve with its rare species of birds and plants. The islands village has an interesting Heritage Centre, a Gospel Garden and a selection of cafes and island pubs serving real ale.
Enjoy stunning walks across the paths on the causeway or along the nearby sandy beaches. Ideal for walkers, cyclist's, photographers and bird watchers.
The bustling market town of Berwick-Upon-Tweed is only 8 miles away with its large selection of shops and many interesting attractions.
Visit the Barn at Beal cafe, visitors centre and Bird of Prey Centre at the start of the causeway. Walk to the island at low tide and enjoy fabulous views of the spectacular Northumbrian coastline.
On the island visitors can enjoy Lindisfarne Castle owned by the National Trust, Lindisfarne Priory now in the care of English Heritage and the village itself with its Heritage Centre that brings the islands history to life, friendly cafes and Gospel Garden.
Berwick-Upon-Tweed is within a short drive with its castle and ramparts, theatre, museum and art gallery. Visit nearby Chain Bridge Honey Farm or take a ride on the Heatherslaw Light Railway (seasonal opening hours) from nearby Cornhill on Tweed.
The beautiful coastal villages of Bamburgh, with its imposing castle, Seahouses and Beadnell are within a short drive. Enjoy seasonal boat trips to the see the birds and grey seals on the Farne Islands from Seahouses or enjoy their famous fish and chips by the working harbour. Boat trips to Holy Island are now available from Seahouses to enable visitors to enjoy views of the coast from the sea.
A visit to Alnwick with its cobbled streets, contemporary water gardens and castle, home to the Duke of Northumberland is a must.
Further inland visit the popular village of Rothbury the gateway to the Northumberland National Park or the town of Wooler nestling in the foothills of the Cheviot Hills.

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