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Close to Holy Island and just south of Berwick-upon-Tweed, The Lindisfarne Inn is perfect for visiting Northumberland and for forays into the Scottish Borders.

Lindisfarne Inn

Described as 'A Gem of a Find', you’ll enjoy a warm welcome and superb home-cooked meals at The Lindisfarne Inn, handily placed just off the A1.

If you're after a comfortable, value for money place to stay in Northumberland or the Scottish Borders that’s a laid-back alternative to hotel accommodation and with more services than self catering, then bed down in one of The Lindisfarne Inn’s newly refurbished, comfy en suite bedrooms.

Right on the new Sandstone Way and Coast & Castle cycle routes and with the famous walking trails of St. Oswald’s Way and 
St. Cuthbert’s Way passing nearby, The Lindisfarne Inn is just the  place to eat, drink and stay for walkers, cyclists and bird watchers who flock to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

  • Family-friendly
  • Pets welcome (pet supplement applies)
  • Walkers & cyclists welcome – secure bike storage available at no extra cost
  • Free Wi-Fi (accessible in public areas)
  • Complimentary breakfast with room bookings
  • Free on site parking

Stay at The Lindisfarne Inn to explore:
Holy Island and Lindisfarne Priory and Castle
Bamburgh Castle
Seahouses
Berwick-upon-Tweed
The Scottish Borders
Ford & Etal Estate
The Farne Islands
Alnwick Castle
The Alnwick Garden
Wooler & The Cheviots
Flodden
Northumberland’s famous beaches

Dinner, bed and breakfast £44.95 per person
Until March 31 stay at The Lindisfarne Inn and enjoy dinner, bed and breakfast for just £44.95 per person, per night. Visit our Special Offers page for more details. 

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