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All reviews national trust holiday home shuttle bus car park gertrude jekyll nt members sir edwin lutyens walled garden well worth a visit gift aid tide times entrance fee lovely walk great place to visit sunny day low tide farne islands
We walked from Holy Island’s main car park to Lindisfarne Castle. It was a very changeable day at the end of October and we got soaked twice on the way. The ticket office is in a shed like building. We then had a slippery path...More
A lot of money been spent in brining this place back to life and every penny been worth it. What Gym of a place. It is just a shame that there are so many dogs allowed to run around and dirty the place. It seems...More
The situation of the castle on top of a volcano was stunning! It was a long walk and a long climb up to thr castle but deflinstrly worth while Wasn't impressed with the art works - would have liked to see the Castle furnished.
The castle was a good mile walk from the car park and Whilst pleased to have been I would not return at least until the furnishings return to the castle. My wife and I attended the 45 minute talk on the history of the property...More
Arriving by car over the road,when the tide was out was a magical experience. Making sure you returned before the tide turned was the realisation you could be cut of from the mainland like the medievil monks gave you a real sense of history
Lindisfarne is a GREAT place to visit, and the Castle was just one of the many places we visited on the two occasions we were on the Island, it was VERY windy the day we went, but the exercise was good for us. Well worth...More
We visited Lindisfarne Castle for the second time (last time we came in December when the scaffolding was up and the castle was closed) We enjoyed the walk towards the castle but found it really difficult under foot. NOT GOOD FOR PUSHCHAIRS OR WHEELCHAIRS.
Me and some friends drove up to holy island (2h journey) with big hopes for this castle as we visit many around the north east, first off the island itself is beautiful and the views from the castle are amazing however after paying £7.30 to...More
The walk to and from the castle are as impressive as the castle itself. It was interesting to see the structure without its furniture as you could see the restored building in all its glory. The art installation was disappointing but is only temporary thankfully...More