Belvue Guesthouse Holy Island (The Holy Island of Lindisfarne)
Belvue Guesthouse is an excellent accommodation option for those wishing to stay "on island" within walking distance of all Holy Island attractions. All rooms are en suite with rainfall showers, fluffy towels and luxury toiletries. Parking is at a premium on the Island (pay and display), but guests staying at Belvue get a free parking space with their room. There are super-comfortable beds, smart TVs, super-fast wifi and hotel standard fittings.
Belvue Guesthouse is ideal for those who wish to have their own space, without obtrusive owners, and without feeling like you are in someone else"s house. As the studios are self-catering, you check in and are left to your own devices (for those concerned about infection/Covid-19, there is a self check-in option).
The guesthouse has two studios, each with a kitchenette (sink, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster, coffee, tea, cutlery and crockery).
There is also a "no frills" twin room for those on a budget, but it too has been designed with comfort in mind, with a hospitality tray, smart TV and high-quality en suite.
Holy Island (also known as Lindisfarne) is a great base to explore Northumberland, and on the Island itself you can visit Lindisfarne Castle and the Lindisfarne Priory, walk along stunning deserted beaches, and enjoy the village pubs and cafes (Read our information page about activities and things to do on Holy Island).
When you plan your trip to the Island, please ensure you learn about how to cross Holy Island"s causeway safely (Video about the causeway also available).
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