If you can do it safely, you must visit the island. If you’re unwell, please delay your visit until it’s safe for you to come. If you want to avoid driving through or parking in the village, park in one of the council pay and display car parks on the island. There is only one road that leads to this place and it is covered twice a day by the North Sea. Three miles of road can be covered by the tide, but the easiest and most common way to visit is by car. The Pilgrims Way is an ancient route across the sands marked by wooden posts.
- LINDISFARNE CAUSEWAY: ‘The Holy Island of Lindisfarne’ is a tidal island and can only be accessed via a metalled causeway. …
- AIR TRAVEL: Our nearest international airports are Edinburgh and Newcastle each about 65 miles distant.
Is Lindisfarne worth visiting?
Is it still worth the trip? The garden of Lindisfarne Castle is open and the ruins of the Priory are visible even if you can’t enter the site.
Is it free to go to Lindisfarne?
Admission to the priory is free if you are an English Heritage member. It costs £6 for adults, £3.60 for children, £5.30 for concessions, and £for a family.
Is Holy Island open to visitors?
Visitors can visit Holy island. There are no restrictions on Holy Island. Shops, pubs and cafes are open again. Some businesses will close for winter and some opening times will be affected by tide times.
Does Lindisfarne still exist?
Lindisfarne was an active religious site from the 12th century until the Dissolution of theMonasteries in 1537. It was no longer used by the early 18th century. Lindisfarne is a holy site and place of pilgrimage for many.
Can you stay overnight on Lindisfarne?
Serviced lodging. Waiting to offer our guests a warm and friendly welcome, a range of mainly family-run accommodation from Hotels, Pubs and B&Bs through to boutique style Guesthouses and even a Christian retreat all located within Holy Island village.