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Bamburgh is one of the most scenic places in Britain. It is a small village in Northumberland ,with its share of pubs, church and small shops. However its shining glory is the iconic Bamburgh which towers over the town and commands a perfect coastal location. It can be seen for miles around, and looks wonderful from the beach.
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Bamburgh Beach
The beach at Bamburgh is overlooked by the impressive Bamburgh Castle. It is a beautiful beach, if a little chilly at times, and offers over a mile of flat, litter-free sand from the shore to the edge of Bamburgh,...
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Bamburgh Castle
Bamburgh Castle is probably the finest castle in England. It is perched on a basalt outcrop on the very edge of the North Sea at Bamburgh, Northumberland. It commands stunning views of the Farne Islands, Holy Island and landward to...
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  Cycling, walking, horse riding, golf, fishing. These are just some of the activities that Bamburgh has to offer. There are numerous cosy and welcoming B&Bs, nice traditional pubs with a great atmosphere and some really good restaurants. Of course if you only do one thing during your visit to Bamburgh it is to visit the beautiful Bamburgh Castle and learn more about its fascinating history.   - Izzy 32
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Bamburgh Pant
Bamburgh "pant" is situated on the village green in the heart of Bamburgh. A pant is a local dialect term for a water supply that may, or may not, be continuous. It may have got its name because people...
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Bamburgh War Memorial
Bamburgh War Memorial is situated at the foot of a cliff upon which Bamburgh Castle sits majestically, tucked away in a small alcove within the rock. The memorial commemorates those local to Bamburgh who sadly lost their lives in...
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Grace Darling Memorial
The Grace Darling Memorial is an ornate memorial to one of Bamburghís most famous residents, and is situated within St. Aidanís churchyard. Grace is a local heorine to Bamburgh and the Farne Islands because she and her father, William, rescued...
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Grace Darling Memorial Window
Within St. Aidanís Church in Bamburgh is a window depicting the heroics of Grace Darling who, together with her father, helped rescue the lives of 9 men with a single act of courage on 7 September 1838 when she was...
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Grace Darling Museum
The Grace Darling Museum is dedicated to one of the most famous daughters of this region and a heroine that has commanded the respect of people from across the country for generations. The museum was established by the RNLI...
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St. Aidanís Church
St. Aidanís Church is one of the three finest parish churches in Northumberland (the others being Alnwick and Norham). Its origins date from 635 AD when St. Aidan came to Lindisfarne from Iona. The present building is 13th Century; the...
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Belford Craft Gallery   (Approx 1 Miles)
Here you can find high quality local crafts and paintings, books, maps and prints, and handmade furniture. Belford Craft Gallery is just one of the fine shops in Belford, off the A1 between Bamburgh and Lindisfarne. Open Tuesday to...
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Chillingham Castle   (Approx 5 Miles)
At first a 12th Century stronghold, Chillingham became a fortified castle in the 14th Century. Steeped in the nationís history it occupied a strategic position as a fortress during Northumberlandís bloody border feuds, often besigged and at many times enjoying...
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Farne Islands   (Approx 5 Miles)
One of the most exciting wildlife experiences in the world is only a boat ride away. During the breeding season (May to July) these guano-splashed islands are home to over 200,000 nesting birds and their chicks. See the puffins ífly...
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Farne Islands Boat Trips   (Approx 5 Miles)
Close to the harbour at Seahouses, you can buy tickets for boats trips to the Farne Islands. These trips are particular popular with birdwatchers, but itís not only bird life that you can expect to see. There are also...
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Fishermenís Squares   (Approx 5 Miles)
Close to Seahouses harbour, you will find a number of examples of the traditional Fishermenís Squares dating back to the early 19th Century. They consist of fishermenís cottages grouped around three sides of a courtyard. The courtyard was used for...
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Lime Kilns   (Approx 5 Miles)
The agricultural revolution which swept the country during the second half of the 18th Century, with new forms of crop rotation and methods of soil improvement to increase yields, led to the use of lime as a fertiliser. In areas...
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Lindisfarne Priory & Museum   (Approx 5 Miles)
Lindisfarne was the site of one of the most important early centres of Christianity in Anglo-Saxon England. Originally a few monks had a simple wooden church. When the former bishop St. Cuthbert was dug up in 698 AD (11 years...
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Seahouses Beach   (Approx 5 Miles)
Seahouses Beach is situated just to the north of Seahouses itself. This long expanse of sand is great for a relaxing stroll. The beach is often deserted, even on sunny days. It can be quite windy along this...
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Seahouses Harbour   (Approx 2 Miles)
The town of Seahouses has a beautiful harbour with views out towards the Farne Islands. In the early 19th Century, the harbour would have been largely used for shipping lime to all over Britain. Once lime was surpassed as a...
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Seahouses Heritage Museum   (Approx 2 Miles)
Situated in the heart of Seahouses, the Seahouses Heritage Museum has a number of displays telling the story of the history of the region. The museum also gives an education and entertaining insight into life in the fishing industry in...
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Bamburgh is a sleepy little village but with some good pubs, a number of places of interest in easy reach, within walking distance of Bamburgh beach, and of course with the impressive Bamburgh Castle towering above. There is self-catering accommodation of a good standard on The Wynding, as well as rooms at the pubs and one or two B&Bs. Definitely a place that warrants at least a weekend away if you've never been before!   - Paul

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