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When we were here there was scaffolding all over the castle so we didn’t get a great view. Given the scaffolding we decided to not pay to go in. However the walk up and back is lovely with great views out to see. It was...More
I have visited Lindisfarne Castle on several occasions and always enjoyed the visit. It's one of the few National Trust properties I would actually choose to live in. I knew this time that it was undergoing restoration, so there was a good reason to remove...More
Overall an interesting building to look round ( No furniture until end 2019) Scaffolding is all down now and great views and very interesting 15min talk by guides serveral times a day. But what a ridiculous uninspiring Art Exhibition. One wooden frame with 3 old...More
Despite it being largely empty of furniture, given a major building conservation project against the elements, this was wonderful experience for the views and fantastic short talk by the staff member.
The temporary exhibition by internationally renowned (??) artist added nothing to sense of place,...More
Lindisfarne is a magical place with a peaceful outlook. You can walk for miles or just relax there.
The castle was surrounded by scaffolding, but the views were magnificent and it hasn't changed much since the last time I was here over 30yrs ago, not...More
Rather a disappointment really as not too much to see. Because the walls are still drying out after the extensive repairs, there is no furniture in the rooms - just a very poor so-called "art-installation" of a a few tatty rugs thrown over various wooden...More
This is somewhere I have always wanted to visit. Being on holiday in the area and the tides being in our favour my wife and I went here. Along with what must have been hundreds of others we walked from the car park to the...More
We had wanted to visit Lindisfarne for quite some time and the place was no disappointment. But this is a review of the castle, and that is a different story. All the rooms were empty except for a so call art exhibition consisting of blankets...More