Newly renovated rooms
3 minutes to village centre
Many visitors come to Holy Island every year, but the best way to experience the true magic of the island is when the tide is in. Then you are left with the peace and quiet of those lucky enough to live here and a few overnight guests. This is when the trails and beaches are often deserted. There is no car traffic, and at night you can enjoy tranquility second to none.
A birdwatcher’s paradise, with over 300 species, Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve is a great place to catch terns, ducks, merlins, grebes and peregrines, with waders either side of the causeway. Grey seals frequent the sand banks, seen in their hundreds in the summer months.