Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve

Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve

Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve
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SteveB
Paignton, UK1 199 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2024 • Par
Lindesfarne Holy Island

We visited the Island as part of a coach trip so are time was limited however we did get enough time for a good wander around all the sites and the reserve and an interesting summary of the history from our guide Derek👍

Needless to say but I will don't forget the tides!! There are loads of info boards around the island and online to avoid being caught out!! Despite that they still average 1 car a month to rescue!!

We saw some walkers taking the old pilgrim route to the side of the causeway and I hoped they got their timing right!!

On the Island itself the small fishing/tourist based village is very pretty. The car park is in the centre and some public conveniences located there as well. There are a couple of gift shops and a post office and a couple of pubs should you need those.

There is also a mead brewery you can visit and purchase from !!

We walked with our guide past the enigmatic ruins of the Lindesfarne Monastery There's a good view of it from the path or the sandbank otherwise to see it up close it's a English Heritage site to pay entry for unless you are a member

It's worth walking to the harbour for the view of the castle/fort and to see a working Harbour.

Top tip: There are some old wooden listed upturned Herring boats used as storage sheds which are quite photogenic as is the small beach.

It's a lovely walk to the castle on the flat until you get there We did not have time to visit it but got the photo!!

I have wanted to visit the Island for a long time and was not disappointed. There was a sense of peace but I could imagine the Vikings raiding the monastery such was the atmosphere of this place. A definite must see place if you are in Northumbria👍
Skrevet 16. juni 2024
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Gillian W
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5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Par
It really is a very special experience. Its a fair drive from the turn off on the A1, over the causeway, to the main car parking near the village. Some folk were walking but I'm not sure you could walk, there and back, see the village etc, in time with the tides.
You certainly don't want to get caught out...lots of signs everywhere warning of the perils of missing the low tides.
You must check tide times before you go and make allowances for coming back too.
Great coffee at the Roasters Shop, plus the Mead was tasty in the winery shop.
Filming was taking place while we were there, just added to the fun.
Skrevet 27. mai 2024
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Bigears
Hawick, UK28 bidrag
1,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Par
We have visited Lindesfarne regularly for the last 10 years this will be our last visit.

We have given up on the pot holes which damaged our car on the last visit - they are even worse now, couldn't even get into the car park so we could get over the dunes and walk our dogs who love it there.

Unfriendly hospitality providers who couldn't care less.

An overpriced indifferent meal.

Used to be magical now just another tourist trap. Go in winter and bring a trailer load of stones to fill in the potholes so you can park safely.
Skrevet 14. april 2024
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Di R
Horncastle, UK126 bidrag
2,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2023 • Par
I was so saddened by our visit to this beautiful island. It is clearly aimed at the more affluent members of society or walkers, as if you arrive by car the charges begin immediately.
In a time when the government advice is to get outside & surround one’s self with nature it is quite shocking that the minimum charge for car parking is £6 for 3 hrs (the website information is incorrect).
There are many families who do not have pounds & pounds of in-disposable cash & to charge £6 for the privilege to walk the island is disgraceful.
Not particularly Christian.
Skrevet 31. desember 2023
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STrav1
aberdeen2 bidrag
1,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2023 • Venner
Very disappointing trip to Holy Island. Albeit December, all attractions were closed. Castle a huge disappointment, Priory ruins were closed but not much to see anyway. Public toilets were an absolute disgrace for one of Englands supposedly top attractions. Most exciting thing was the drive over the causeway. Won't ever go back and wouldn't encourage anyone to waste the exorbitant parking fee.
Skrevet 16. desember 2023
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Dave Puls
Nottingham, UK1 981 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2023 • Familie
After many visits to Holy Island, the natural beauty of Lindisfarne never disappoints. Amazing at all times of year and in all tides. We walked from the main car park to the village, then over to St Cuthbert's Isle, up the Heugh, down to the harbour and over to the castle, then back via a quiet inland footpath. Fantastic.
Skrevet 1. november 2023
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Cookieboy
Dereham, UK64 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2023 • Par
The reserve is well sign posted with a range of walks from easy to more demanding routes. Wear sensible shoes of course and take wet weather gear. The views are good even if the wildlife are a little shy. Although we saw plenty to enjoy. A lovely less demanding walk is to the white daylight ships navigation aid that can be seen from the castle.
Skrevet 22. august 2023
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chris
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1,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2023 • Par
The public toilets are the worst in the UK. Disgustingly smelly and old. The men's toilets are an open sewer style urinal. The women's had females refusing to use them . Shame on the local community!
Skrevet 22. august 2023
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Janeylou D
Camberley, UK66 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2023 • Par
After spending a couple of hours at the abbey ruins (see my other review) we decided to visit the castle ... but didn't quite make it there as I was rather distracted by the huge hide. We went in and were immediately treated to a linnet coming to bathe in the small pool in front of the large glass windows. After his departure, a meadow pipit strutted his stuff along the ledge outside the window, clearly watching us as we were watching his antics, secure in the knowledge that he couldn't be touched. He then hopped onto the floating algae and used it as a raft as he performed his bathing routine, clearly enjoying splashing water at the glass as he did. We could hear curlews in the distance and we were never far from starlings, sparrows, swallows and house martins.

After this we decided to head to the castle but decided that it was too peopley as the influx from the causeway traffic was starting to come in waves. (We had cut it fine and got over just before high water which afforded us a few hours of relative peace before the massive tourist overspill onto the island). Well worth taking notice of tide times. As everyone seemed to be making a beeline for the castle, we turned right and clambered down onto the pile of rocks, rubble and seaworn stones that passes as the beach. Best decision ever! The rockpools were full of life. The flora was healthy. The seaweed and bladderwrack was slimy (watch your step) and we were joined by a small shrew that wasn't wary of us at all but darted over the warm rocks, filling its face with sandflies and other insecta that didn't get away fast enough.

Any geologists would probably life their best life here, too. So many crinoid fossils amongst the stones as well as some rather excellent sea-tumbled volcanic rock.

Something for everyone here.
Skrevet 13. august 2023
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Richard G
Norwich, UK404 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2023 • Familie
A great place to visit but plan your trip carefully because tides cover road..
A really unspoiled reserve.
Plenty of places to purchase food from vans to pubs.
National trust property worth a visit.
Priory at £11 each given a MISS.
The toilets in the centre are disgusting and you would have thought with all the revenue from the car parks they could do much better,
Skrevet 1. august 2023
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